Writes: I have a late 2011 15-inch MacBook Pro and I'm wondering if I should upgrade. Yes, you should. I wouldn't recommend rushing it, but if you back up your Mac first, your Mac is well within the supported model range and should handle El Capitan quite well. Upgrading from an older version of macOS? If you’re running any release from macOS 10.13 to 10.9, you can upgrade to macOS Big Sur from the App Store. If you’re running Mountain Lion 10.8, you will need to upgrade to El Capitan 10.11 first. If you don’t have broadband access, you can upgrade your Mac at any Apple Store.
Apple’s latest version of OS X is called El Capitan (officially, it’s version 10.11). El Capitan does some fine-tuning to the Mac operating system, and it also has major updates to Safari. However, when Apple launched Mojave the Mac App Store changed, and these installers are no longer downloadable from the store - unless you are using an old version of macOS/macOS X. Picked up a mid 2009 MacBook Pro 17”. It has the latest firmware on it. It came with El Capitan installed and I hadn’t realised it was a slightly older model that I couldn’t upgrade. I’ve tried everything imaginable to get this%#[email protected] thing back to El Capitan but nothing works. I get this same infuriating message every time.
I need to download the El Capitan to install on my Mac computer. What is the best place to download the El Capitan dmg or El Capitan iso.
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I've been looking for El Capitan for weeks and today I finally managed to get it.
The Appstore no longer has OS X El Capitan available to download.
To solve this issue follow this link: http://bit.ly/ElCaptanOriginalOSX
The Appstore only has updates but not the original OS. So If you did not download El Capitan before it was removed from the App Store then you will not be able to get it from the Appstore anymore. You can now only download it via alternative sources, Just make sure they are trusted sources though. Hence I recommended the link above.
Hope this helps you also.
@Kate smith, They are illegally selling Apples software !
Find the official installers here
Download El Capitan 10.11
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@katemor Its not true that App Store no longer has El Capitan as download. It does not have it as download, if your Apple-ID has never registered a machine with El Capitan. Otherwise they are still there.
Should I Go Download El Capitan On My Older Macbook Pro Case
And your link points to a place, which charges $20 for Apple software. Not quite legal..