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ok I Heard Apple Mac OS X Mavericks is gonna be out in Fall or Summer but I Was not able to see The Apple Keynote Event today cause I Had to take My Grandmother to get her hearing Aid fixed today & I Was working for 2 hours today this morning & I Just got home & I Did see the Video of The Apple Keynote Event on My Apple iPhone 5 64GB But I Could not watch the Whole Thing cause I Was out today, i saw a little bit of it so I Had a question



Will Apple Mac OS X Mavericks work on My 2009 iMac Computer? or this is as far as i'm going?, what they say at the Event? did they mention there not gonna be Supporting the 2009 iMac Computers anymore? I Really wanna know that part so i can save my money for another Apple iMac Computer.




or maybe you guys don't know anything? if so? sorry i posted this

iMac, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.4), Mid 2009 24inch Apple iMac Computer
Reply by mende1 on Jun 10, 2013 12:54 PM Helpful
Apple hasn't said anything about Mac OS X Mavericks compatibility, so we don't know which computers will work. With this, I understand that all Macs compatible with OS X Mountain Lion are also compatible with Mac OS X Mavericks, or Apple will release the list of supported computers later
Reply by Kappy on Jun 10, 2013 12:54 PM Helpful
We have no information at this time. Assume for now that if you can run Mountain Lion, then most likely you will be able to upgrade. But that's purely guesswork. Any further discussion at this time is speculation and forbidden on the forums.

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