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boa noite, vi um tutorial na internet, que o cara fez uma patch, para poder instalar macOS Sierra, no macbook pro 5,5 2009, infelizmente durante a instalação, não concluir diz q não tem pacotes compatíveis. alguém já tentou ou fez? segue link das instruções: http://dosdude1.com/sierrapatch.html
Pessoal, boa noite. Tenho um MacBook air 11’ 2010 de 2 GB de RAM. Quando fui formatar o ssd e reinstalar o High Sierra ele da erro no final do processo. Baixei o Etcher no windows da minha namorada e tentei instalar o Mojave com um pendrive bootavel de um link Olarila mas quando abriu a página de instalação do Mojave, já com o ícone bonitinho lá, eu não pude clicar em continuar pq o cursor não seguia o trackpad. Nem o capslock estava ascendendo a luz. Como eu devo proceder? Não vi nenhum guia pra como instalar nessa publicação. No dosduo parece que não tem um arquivo que o programa Etcher consegue ler.
Apple to Launch Arm-Powered MacBook in the next 18 Months Apple is currently designing a custom series of CPUs, for its Macbook laptop lineup, based on the Arm Instruction Set Architecture. Having designed some of the most powerful mobile processors that are inside the iPhone series of devices, Apple is preparing to make a jump to an even more powerful device lineup by bringing custom CPUs for MacBook. Tired of the speed by which Intel replaces and upgrades its Core lineup of CPUs, Apple decided to take the matter in its own hands and rumors about the switch to a custom solution have been going on for a while. However, we now have some information about when to expect the first wave of Arm-powered Macs.According to the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is a well-known insider in the Apple industry, we can expect the first wave of the Arm-powered Macbook in the next 18 months, precisely in the first half of 2021. Supposedly, the first chips for these new Macs are going to be manufactured on a 5 nm manufacturing process, possibly over at TSMC since Apple had a long-lasting history of manufacturing its chips at TSMC foundries. In the meantime, we can expect to see Apple providing developers with tools to transition their x86-64 software to the new Arm ISA. Without a software ecosystem, the hardware platform is essentially worthless. And Apple knows this. We will see how they plan to play it and will report as soon as there is more information. Source: TechPowerUp.com