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Just before Christmas, with a little help from my friends in the Tid BITS community, I upgraded two old i Macs to Mac OS X.
When Jaguar was first released, I purchased the Mac OS X Family Pack (5 installations) with these machines in mind, but I had put off upgrading the i Macs for a couple of reasons.
Somewhere I had picked up the idea that it is possible to kill the i Mac if you don't upgrade the i Mac's firmware properly before installing Mac OS X.
I was also afraid that Panther would run so slowly on a G3-based i Mac that I would regret having installed it.
This time, the most important changes are all happening under the hood.
And even if you’re unlikely to notice all of them, some are pretty monumental for the operating system’s future.
I'm not able to check it now, but I remember for sure that the computer was bought around 2009-2010, and it is one of these two (1, 2), which should mean that it can be upgraded even up to Maverick. You can use System Profiler to find to Model ID of your friend's i Mac (see this KB article) -- that'll tell you for sure which generation of i Mac you have, and whether it can run Mavericks (i Mac7,1 and later). From there, all upgrades come electronically from Apple.Update: The fifth beta of mac OS Sierra 10.12.5 is also available for public beta testers.There’s no avoiding it: High Sierra, the next major release of mac OS, is going to feel like a somewhat boring update to most people.Apple today seeded the fifth beta of an upcoming mac OS Sierra 10.12.5 update to developers, one week after seeding the fourth beta and more than one month after releasing mac OS Sierra 10.12.4, which introduced Night Shift for the Mac.The fifth beta of mac OS Sierra 10.12.5 can be downloaded through the Apple Developer Center or through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store.
You can install the public beta for High Sierra as of today.