“During yesterday’s keynote talk at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, Apple announced macOS High Sierra, the next major version of the desktop operating system powering Mac desktops and notebooks,” Christian Zibreg writes for iDownload Blog. “It packs in a number of new and updated core technologies to help apps get the most out of your Mac’s CPU and GPU.”

Zibreg wonders, “But is your rusty old Mac able to run macOS High Sierra?”

“According to Apple itself,” Zibreg writes, “the supported configurations for macOS High Sierra are the same as those for its predecessor, macOS Sierra.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: System requirements for macOS High Sierra:

• iMac: Late 2009 or newer
• MacBook and MacBook Retina: Late 2009 or newer
• MacBook Pro: Mid 2010 or newer
• MacBook Air: Late 2010 or newer
• Mac Mini: Mid 2010 or newer
• Mac Pro: Mid 2010 or newer