Apple’s annual developer conference was this week, and they announced the upcoming release of their newest version of Mac OS: Mojave. Given that Apple only supports the current version of Mac OS, along with the two previous versions, this means that Apple will no longer be supporting their 2015 release: El Capitan.
Currently, about one in every eight Mac users is running El Capitan. Once Mojave is released, all of these users will be running an unsupported operating system. This means that Apple will no longer be running as many updates for El Capitan. They may still put out security related updates if they see a need for it among their users.
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