Just yesterday Apple took the wraps off their latest Mac operating system, OS X 10.9 Mavericks. Unfortunately what the Cupertino company failed to do is announce which Mac computers would be compatible with their latest operating system. Well according to the folks at Apple Insider, they have received word from developers who have had access to the Mavericks Developer Preview and according to them, basically Mac users who were able to install OS X Mountain Lion should be able to install OS X Mavericks as well.
For those who are looking more at hardware, this includes computers like the mid-2007 iMac or later, the 13” MacBook Pro mid-2009 or later, the 15/17” MacBook Pros mid-2007 or later, the MacBook Air 2008 or later, the early 2009 Mac Mini or later, the 2008 Mac Pro or later, and the early 2009 Xserve. The operating system’s requirements also call for 64-bit Intel-based Macs with at least OS X 10.6.7 Snow Leopard or higher with at least 8GB of free HDD space for installation.