WWDC 2017

WWDC 2017 runs 5-9 June 2017, at which (among many other things) the next versions of iOS and macOS are expected to be announced with the end-user releases coming 3 months later in September. What this also means is the MacBook I’m writing this on – one of the oldest machines which can run macOS Sierra – will likely *not* be able to run the next versions of macOS and Xcode. <sigh> I might also want to reconsider getting an iPhone SE, although the fact Michael Tsai uses one is a compelling factor. However, I probably have to bite the bullet and either get an iMac or a MacBook Pro in October or so… and a reasonably modern iPad. Ugh.

Actually, I should be able to run Xcode 9, so maybe I can push off a new Mac purchase to 2018.

UPDATE: well, it looks like macOS High Sierra will run on the MacBook just fine. <phew> Of course, I’m really lusting after an iMac Pro now…