Apple announced Mac OS X El Capitan in the recent WWDC. The latest OS X 10.11 will be launched by fall for public. Beta version is already rolled out. If you have Mac, you will be able download and install Mac OS X El Capitan only if the hardware is supported. But don’t worry, almost all the Macs from the past 5-6 years will support the latest OS X. Apple is giving a loose system requirement to inculcate maximum users. However, if you want to truly enjoy El Capitan’s latest features and design, the best way is to use it on a latest Mac. OS X El Capitan system requirements are not much hard. Here is a rough list of all the Mac models which will support OS X 10.11.
OS X El Capitan System Requirements
iMac from 2007 and above.
MacBook (13-inch Aluminum, Late 2008),
Mac Mini (2009 and above)
Mac Pro (early 2008 and above)
Xserve (Early 2009)
MacBook(13-inch, Early 2009 and above)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid-2009 or newer), (15-inch, Mid / Late 2007 or newer), (17-inch, Late 2007 or newer)
MacBook Air (2008 and above)
Your machine must be 64-Bit. You …read more