“You can now install macOS 10.13 High Sierra Hackintosh thanks to the release of UniBeast 8.0,” Paul Morris reports for Redmond Pie.
“UniBeast, one of the most popular and powerful tools in the arsenal of individuals looking to create a bootable USB drive for macOS or assist with the process of setting up a Hackintosh, has just been updated to version 8.0,” Morris reports. “The bump in version ensures that UniBeast is now officially compatible with Apple’s macOS High Sierra platform, which released globally via the Mac App Store just four weeks ago.”
“UniBeast has been increasingly growing in popularity from version-to-version, which is predominantly down to how powerful it is and how easy the tool provided by Tonymacx86 actually is. That’s always one of the challenges when you create something like UniBeast, to be able to take a process which is inherently complex and difficult, but build a tool which takes away a lot of the pain, abstracts the complexity away from the user, and presents itself as an easy-t0-use, non-daunting product,” Morris reports. “UniBeast is pretty much the epitome of that…”
More info and links in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: If Apple’s management were competent enough to have a modern, up-to-date Mac Pro on the market today, this article wouldn’t be here.
At this point, it’s been a ridiculous 3 years, 10 months, 7 days and counting since Apple’s last Mac Pro update.
5 reasons to build a Hackintosh (and how to get started) – October 6, 2017
Updating macOS High Sierra on a Hackintosh, the painless way – August 30, 2017
My ‘Hackintosh mini’ parts list – June 22, 2017
Hackintosh: Should you build one? – June 21, 2017
Modern ‘Hackintoshes’ show that Apple should probably just build a Mac tower – May 1, 2017
Apple may be converting Mac Pro from a dead-end vanity project to a serious powerhouse – April 28, 2017
Apple updates ‘Mac Pro’ trademark to cover augmented reality displays, smartglasses and more – April 26, 2017
It’s not that hard for Apple to design a new Mac Pro – April 20, 2017
Why is Apple’s next-gen Mac Pro taking so long? – April 18, 2017
Apple’s Mac Pro rethink is a good idea, but will it be good enough? – April 14, 2017
Laggard, trailing Apple needs to catch up HP’s workstation designs – April 7, 2017
Why Apple’s promise of a new ‘modular’ Mac Pro matters so much – April 6, 2017
Apple’s cheese grater Mac Pro was flexible, expandable, and powerful – imagine that – April 6, 2017
More about Apple’s Mac Pro – April 6, 2017
Apple’s desperate Mac Pro damage control message hints at a confused, divided company – April 6, 2017
Who has taken over at Apple? – April 5, 2017
Apple’s embarrassing Mac Pro mea culpa – April 4, 2017
Who’s going to buy a Mac Pro now? – April 4, 2017
Mac Pro: Why did it take Apple so long to wake up? – April 4, 2017
Apple sorry for what happened with the Mac Pro over the last 3+ years – namely, nothing – April 4, 2017
Apple to unveil ‘iMac Pro’ later this year; rethought, modular Mac Pro and Apple pro displays in the pipeline – April 4, 2017
Every self-respecting CEO of Apple should consider a Hackintosh an anathema.
And every self-respecting Apple CEO should also consider a 3 year old “current” Mac an anathema.
Apple should maybe (unofficially) support the endeavour.
Of course, because Apple has sold enough Macs already.
How do we know these Hackintosh enablers are trustworthy and don’t leak data? This is what stops me from even considering “testing” the process. Seems very jailbreak like.
Leak what kinds of data?
Anything you drop on the system.
If Apple cared about it’s customers, it would contract with H-P to let us BTO an X2 mini with mac OS. It is what the Mac mini should be, but isn’t.
I really wish Apple would figure out some way of allowing others to build the Macs that Apple won’t and make money through licensing, software and services.
Things have greatly changed since the last time Apple tried licensing to clone manufacturers, and not only has the environment changed along with Apple’s overall business model, but the way Apple could approach this could be vastly different from before as well.
If the people at Apple actually listened to their customers the #hackintosh thing would wither away.
Some do it just for fun, but most (like me) do it because the Apple hardware line up has gone beyond farce – it is an insult now.
I WILL NOT pay what they ask for the junk that is the Mac Pro.
Oddly, I feel the same. If Apple made the headless Mac I want, that wouldn’t cost $5000, I’d not consider building a Hackintosh.
I’m tired of waiting for Apple to build what I want. So, I’m going to build myself a 6-core i7 8700K-based system when Apple has support for this processor and AMD Vega video support.
The machine I built wasn’t cheap (not that you said it was) but it ALSO wasn’t 4 year old technology that was locked into a disposable case.
I spent more than the low end Mac Pro costs, but I got a much better machine than the high end Mac Pro.
I think my budget for the Hackintosh I want to build will be about $2500 or so. Personally, I’d love to see Apple go to AMD’s Ryzen processors too.
Amazing how H-P can build a compact computer that opens for upgrades without tools, holds up to 32GB of user upgradeable memory, has a plug in for wireless cards or upgrades, and can be built to order from a Core i3 through Quad Core i7s all the way to Xeon CPUs and can be BTO with a high quality NVIDIA discrete GPU for less than Apple sells a sealed up Mac mini with an outdated CPU and Vampire video.
What does that tell you about what is important to them.
These idiots can’t even get the calculator app on the phones right in spite of people telling them there was a problem since the betas this summer.
You still think it’s just Apple “haters” and “complainers”.
I had no trouble getting 6 – first time.
It’s your downer vibe… your aura… I can feel it from here and see the murky dull grey. Definite hater and complainer vibe.
There are way too many Apple haters and complainers to account for reality. Does reality have any real meaning, any more? If Apple makes so many boneheaded mistakes, why are they still in business? The answer used to be Steve Jobs and his reality distortion field. But he’s been DEAD for awhile. Does TIm Cook have a similar mystical influence over the public? The resounding answer, at MDN at least, is NO, and neither does any other Apple exec. Apple execs are ineffectual losers, all of them. Maybe Apple engineers are worthy and continue to make good hardware despite their thumb-sucking bosses. Some of us actually believe that. But we could well be deluded, as has been pointed out repeatedly at MDN.. anyone claiming to be satisfied with Apple products must be a fanboy. And even if the hardware passes muster, the user interface sucks and undermines the whole deal! Fire Tim Cook and Jony Ive! As Nero Wolfe would say, pfui.
“If Apple makes so many boneheaded mistakes, why are they still in business?”
Maybe because the alternative is Android and Windows.
If…you…tap…really…slow…it…works…fine. If you tap like a normal person using a calculator, many of the operations don’t register. Embarrassing.
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“MacDailyNews Take: If Apple’s management were competent enough to have a modern, up-to-date Mac Pro on the market today, this article wouldn’t be here.
At this point, it’s been a ridiculous 3 years, 10 months, 7 days and counting since Apple’s last Mac Pro update.”
I think this applies equally to the Mac mini. I use one as a Plex Media Server, but have been sorely tempted to go the Hackintosh route using an Intel NUC as I have a 12TB Promise Thunderbolt RAID Array attached and have no desire to reformat it to a Windows format. The Mac mini struggles with 1080P, so no chance of it working with 4K.
There are those who have made minis work with 4K monitors, but it’s entailed doing terminal work… something I avoid at all costs.