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17 June 2016

This update of EveryMac.com features sitewide preliminary hardware compatibility details for the forthcoming macOS Sierra (10.12) and iOS 10 announced at WWDC 2016. EveryMac.com's Ultimate Mac Lookup and the EveryMac app have been updated, too.

macOS Sierra and iOS 10, MacBook, iPhone and iPad
Photo Credit: Apple, Inc. (macOS Sierra & iOS 10)

If you missed it earlier this month, EveryMac.com launched an all new "2.0" version of the site's Ultimate Mac Lookup feature. This version is rewritten to not only enhance speed, error correction, and ease-of-use, but also to add literally thousands of identifier specific tips and details.

Remember that EveryMac.com's Ultimate Mac Comparison and the EveryMac app make it straightforward to perform side-by-side comparisons of Mac and device specs, benchmarks, operating system support, and more.

EveryMac.com also is pleased to note that the EveryMac webapp for Android now has more than 250 five-star ratings. If you find the app helpful, and you haven't already done so, please join the chorus and post your kind five-star rating or review, as well. Thank you very much for your support, as always.

Likewise, if you haven't installed the EveryMac webapp for iOS or Kindle Fire, now is a great time to give it a spin.

EveryMac.com's Ultimate Mac Lookup and the EveryMac app have been updated with additional identifiers for recent Macs and devices from hands-on inspection and submissions by helpful readers. Thank you very much to those who contributed info from recent purchases.

New Q&As

A selection of Q&As since the last major site update include:

  • Which Macs are compatible with macOS Sierra (10.12)? What are the system requirements? Which Macs support which features?
  • Which iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models support iOS 10? Do some models "partially" support iOS 10? Which ones?

For all new Q&As, please refer to EveryMac.com's Recently Added Q&As listing.

Today in Mac History

Select dates in Mac History since the last major site update include:

  • June 7, 2010: The groundbreaking iPhone 4.
  • June 15, 2010: The first aluminum Mac mini.

For earlier Mac History mentions, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac History section.



Additions & Changes:

Added sitewide preliminary hardware compatibility details for the forthcoming macOS Sierra (10.12) and iOS 10 as well as relevant Q&As.

Updated applicable By Capability listings:

Updated site features:

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