Full List of macOS 14 Sonoma Supported Mac Devices

macOS 14 has got more tricks up its sleeve than what meets the eye. Whether it’s the super cool “Widgets on Desktop”, stunning new screen savers, or the productivity-defining video conferencing, it’s got an impressive set of new add-ons. So, it shouldn’t be surprising to see a large number of Mac owners queuing up to download macOS 14. If you are also getting ready to take the latest iteration of macOS for a spin, be sure to first check out the full list of macOS 14 Sonoma compatible Mac devices to ensure you don’t have to deal with the incompatibility issue midway – out of the blue!

Full List of macOS 14 Compatible Mac Devices

macOS 14 Sonoma Supported Mac devices

Unlike iOS 17, macOS 14 Sonoma has kept many older Mac devices alive which could be music to many ears. Especially for those who had been on the edge about whether or not their devices would get the latest iteration of macOS.

MacBook Air

  • MacBook Air 2018 and later

MacBook Pro

  • MacBook Pro 2018 and later


  • iMac 2019 and later

iMac Pro

  • iMac Pro 2017 and later

Mac Pro

  • Mac Pro 2019 and later

Mac Studio

  • Mac Studio 2022 and later

Mac mini

  • Mac mini 2018 and later

There you go! So, that concludes the complete list of macOS Sonoma-compatible devices. I’m sure you are no longer worried about the incompatibility thing. Without undermining several notable features that have arrived with iOS 17 and iPadOS 17, macOS 14 seems to be a bit more attractive.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Should I install macOS 14 beta?

Though it’s great to test new features, you should proceed with caution considering software betas are generally full of bugs. The better way to enjoy beta testing without being embroiled in too many issues is to install the software beta on a secondary device.

2. How long does macOS 14 beta take to get downloaded?

Provided you have a fast and stable internet connection, it will take around 30-40 minutes to download the macOS 14 beta. As for the macOS 14 beta installation, it may take around 10 minutes to complete.

3. Why has the macOS 14 beta installation gotten stuck on my Mac?

Apart from the jam-packed traffic, the sluggish internet connection is the main reason why the macOS 14 beta has gotten stuck on your Mac.

4. Is macOS 14 Sonoma the biggest-ever macOS Update?

Without straightaway jumping the gun and branding macOS 14 Sonoma as the greatest ever macOS update, I would say that Sonoma deserves to be rated as one of the biggest ever updates thanks to the huge updates to widgets, revamped Safari, and the exciting Gaming Mode.

Read more: 20 Ways to Fix Can’t Auto Unlock Your Mac with Apple Watch (2023)

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