Check the official macOS Sonoma system requirements to see if your Mac is supported because Apple has trimmed the device compatibility list for macOS 14.
Apple has reportedly trimmed the iOS 17 system requirements, meaning some devices like the iPhone X won't be compatible with the update. Here's why.
Read Apple's watchOS 9 system requirements and check the official device compatibility list to verify that your Apple Watch model can run this update.
Read the official macOS Ventura system requirements to confirm that your current Mac has the required hardware to run this macOS 13 update when it drops in the fall.
The iOS and iPadOS 16 device compatibility list omits some iPhones and iPads that run iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 just fine. Find out whether your iPhone or iPad has the necessary hardware to run Apple's next major update when it's released this fall.
Check out the official AirPods 3 system requirements to see if your phones, tablets, computers and other devices are supported by Apple's third-generation wireless earbuds.
Some people have already downloaded, installed, and gotten used to macOS Big Sur. The newness has probably already worn off for them! But if you’re still contemplating whether or not you should, aren’t sure if you’re Mac model can handle it, or just want some basic questions answered, here’s your macOS Big Sur FAQ.
Apple lets you turn your HomePod speaker into an intercom, allowing family members to send audio messages from one Apple speaker or device to another in your household. Family members receive Intercom notifications and can send Intercom messages from their devices.
All iPhones with OLED screens can render images and videos with high dynamic range (HDR), resulting in many more colors than regular LCD screens. And with the latest models, you can for the first time not only shoot true 10-bit HDR video with Dolby Vision but also edit, share and play it back. But does your device support these features? Here's a handy list of all Apple devices that support 10-bit HDR video capture, as well as playback and edit in Photos.
Read these official system requirements for Apple's Translate app on the iPhone and iPod touch to verify that the software supports your preferred languages, regions and devices.
QuickTake is time-saving iPhone photography feature that enables you to record video without having to manually switch out of your current mode in Apple's stock Camera app beforehand.
Be sure to consult this official Apple TV device compatibility list if you need to verify that your particular model of the Apple set-top box meets the tvOS 14 system requirements.