With the more and more Mac products switch to the M series processor platform, Apple's support for the old X86 or Intel processor has begun to become happy.
The previous generation MacOS 12 MONTEREY system stopped supporting Mac products in 2012, 2013 and 2014, involving the third -generation Ivy Bridge and the fourth -generation Cores (Haswell).
Fortunately, because Monterey retains the support of the 2013 Mac Pro (Ivy Bridge) and 2014 Mac mini (haswell), the work of transplanting the new system to the old platform is relatively smooth.
However, the latest MacOS 13 venTura is not so generous.The 7th generation Core (Kaby Lake) was abandoned before. Behind the scenes, Apple even removed many old processor platforms to light up the motherboard/USB/Ethernet controller driven by the system, and modified the Metal API rendering stack, etc.。
Fortunately, the folk masters have already acted, and the famous OpenCore Legacy Patcher (OCLP) developers said that although it is very difficult, there have been some progress at present, including the use of Rosetta 2 to bypass the AVX2 instruction set restrictions, and in the restrictions of the AVX2 instruction set, and in the restrictions of the AVX2 instructions, and in the restrictions of the AVX2 instructions, and in it The 2014 5K Mac, 2012 Mac MINI and even 2008 Mac Pro successfully drove graphics programs.
At present, MacOS 13 Ventura is in the BETA stage, and the official version will come in autumn.