The end of ‘Hackintosh’ – how Apple is sounding the death knell for a once-thriving online community

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The beloved ‘Hackintosh’ may be on its last legs, as Apple’s macOS 14 Sonoma kills off a selection of older Wi-Fi drivers in its signature operating system allowing users to run it properly on purpose-built hardware.

For the uninitiated, a Hackintosh was the term given to a non-Apple computer or other device running macOS. The benefits of this are pretty obvious: for starters, Apple’s best MacBooks and Macs can cost a pretty penny, and are usually the only way to access macOS.



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The end of ‘Hackintosh’ – how Apple is sounding the death knell for a once-thriving online community

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