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OS X – the versions and their names – as I always forget them

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/04/03

I always forget which OS X versions there are and which names they use.

So via: OS X – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, I made this list where the first item points to the table in the above article and each subsequent item to the individual article on the version. I tried to find EOL dates, but that’s hard despite the overview at Apple security updates – Apple Support:

None of this would be noteworthy if Apple, like Microsoft and a host of other major software vendors, clearly spelled out its support policies. But Apple doesn’t, leaving users to guess about when their operating systems will fall off support. | Computerworld


PS: EOL dates are as of 20160403.

One Response to “OS X – the versions and their names – as I always forget them”

  1. CRConrad said

    The current version is 10.12 Sierra.

    I don’t know for sure, but hope it is supported.

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