hey all, so Mac OS Mojave is coming - but you can get that dark mode style right now in Mac OS X 10.13.5 but it will be better in 10.14 coming soon .. Its located in the System Preferences >> General >>
Some of the things we are good at are is getting all your products working together. If you are having trouble connecting all your idevices and having them talk to each other we can help. Feel free to be in touch with us, and setup and appointment for service
Obsolete products are those that were discontinued more than 7 years ago. Monster-branded Beats products are considered obsolete regardless of when they were purchased. Apple has discontinued all hardware service for obsolete products with no exceptions. Service providers cannot order parts for obsolete products. All Apple Retail Stores and the Canadian, European, Latin American, and Asia-Pacific operating regions follow the U.S. product list, but make no distinction between vintage and obsolete. When applied to Apple Retail Stores and these operating regions, products on the U.S. vintage list (all models) are considered obsolete. Apple support doc
All that being Said we at MacFixUp can keep your Mac Rock'n and up to the hardware accepted version date .. even if its our of warranty, we can still help you out. We have been working on mac since version Mac OS 7.1. till the current version. Give us a call and we would be more than happy to talk to you about your Mac!
Apple has said that any Mac introduced in mid-2012 or later will support macOS Mojave, along with the 2010 and 2012 Mac Pro models if they have a Metal capable GPU. That’s fairly descriptive, but if you want a specific list of supported Mac hardware for macOS Mojave 10.14 then the following should be helpful to you:
MacBook Pro (mid 2012 and newer)
MacBook Air (mid 2012 and newer)
MacBook (early 2015 and later)
iMac (late 2012 or newer)
iMac Pro (2017 or newer)
Mac Pro (late 2013 or newer, or mid 2010 and mid 2012 models with Metal capable GPU)
Mac Mini (late 2012 or newer)
As you can see from the list, basically every Mac that was introduced from mid-2012 onward supports macOS Mojave, along with a few earlier Mac Pro models. The supported hardware list for macOS 10.14 is a bit more restrictive than prior macOS system software releases, perhaps indicating that the latest software version will be more demanding on resources or simply just require particular system architecture components that are only available on more modern Macintosh hardware.
This information comes from the Apple press release for macOS Mojave, where Apple says the following:
“macOS Mojave will be available this fall as a free software update for Macs introduced in mid-2012 or later, plus 2010 and 2012 Mac Pro models with recommended Metal-capable graphics cards.”
From a system requirements standpoint, macOS Mojave appears to require a modern CPU as well as a GPU that is compatible with Metal graphics architecture. RAM may be less of an important element, though Mac OS tends to run best with more memory. In terms of disk space, typically you need storage for the installer, along with free disk space to install the update itself. more
So we recently replaced a iMac Mid 2010 Hard Drive with a Standard Western Digital Black 7200 RPM, what you might not know about this is that - Apple HardDrives are not standard and are rewired for the thermal sensor in the machine. Then when replacing the hard drive, we had to get a replacement thermal sensor as well because its not wired the same as a Apple Hard drive. At the end of the day all is well and we managed to get the job done at a fraction of the cost, apple would have charged for OEM parts and installation. Having said that Apple will only do work on a machine that is under apple care and you cant buy parts directly from apple either. Apple will not do work on something out of warranty either .. long story short if you buy a machine from apple get apple care and keep it up to date. If you have a machine that needs a new hard drive we can do the work out of warranty.