OS X El Capitan is compatible with the following Mac models: MacBook – 2009 or later, plus MacBook (13-inch, Aluminum, Late 2008) MacBook Air – late 2008 or later. MacBook Pro – mid 2007 or later. Mac mini – early 2009 or later. IMac – mid 2007 or later. Mac Pro – early 2008 or later. Xserve models – early 2009. The original cable is not rated for the higher I/O flows from either the SSHD or SSD MacBook Pro 13' Unibody (Mid 2012) Hard Drive Cable I also place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable crosses over to help protect it and you don’t want to bend the cable sharply as that can damage it, you want a smooth arcs.
Macbook Pro Mid 2012 Os X Version Update
Recently the hard drive failed on my Mid 2012 MacBook Pro (not Retina display) with 8megs of ram. I’ll be able to recover the data, but as long as I’m rebuilding things I thought I’d ask:
Prior to the breakdown I was running Logic 9 with Mac Mavericks OS; I think 10.9. Should I stay there, or could I upgrade Logic and MacOS to Sierra and the most recent version of Logic?
I don’t want to upgrade things to the point where things would be slowing down on my 2012 MacBook Pro. As it is, I could only run a handful of Spectrasonics plugins before maxing out. Your thoughts? Thanks!!