• OpenCore 6.0. Run macOS Ventura on unsupported Macs

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    https://9to5mac.com/2023/01/24/opencore-macos-ventura-unsupported-macs/

    ..“OpenCore Legacy Patcher” (or just OCLP) is a tool that allows older Macs to run macOS Big Sur and Monterey without official support from Apple. The tool is based on the same OpenCore bootloader used for Hackintosh, which is a well-known method for running macOS on regular PCs…

    According to the developers, Apple has removed most of the legacy drivers from macOS 13 since this version no longer supports any Macs with Intel CPUs older than the seventh generation. Despite these restrictions, the latest version of OCLP successfully brings extra life to Macs that have been discontinued by Apple…

    These are the Mac models that can run macOS Ventura with OCLP:

    2008 – 2016 MacBook
    2009 – 2017 MacBook Air
    2008 – 2016 MacBook Pro
    2009 – 2017 Mac mini
    2007 – 2017 iMac
    2008 – 2013 Mac Pro..

    https://github.com/dortania/OpenCore-Legacy-Patcher/releases/tag/0.6.0

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