macOS Sequoia, iOS 18, and iPadOS 18 Compatibility

obi-k
Valued Contributor II

Got Regex?

Screenshot 2024-06-10 at 3.19.39 PM.pngScreenshot 2024-06-10 at 3.27.04 PM.pngScreenshot 2024-06-10 at 3.55.21 PM.png

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

AJPinto
Honored Contributor III

Found this on slack yesterday, I have not tested it, but it seems like it should work. 

devices "does not match". 

^(iMac([1-9]|1[1-8]),|Macmini[1-7],|MacPro[1-6],|MacBook([1-9]|10)|,|MacBookAir[1-8],|MacBookPro([1-9]|1[1-4]),)

 

View solution in original post

7 REPLIES 7

AJPinto
Honored Contributor III

Good sir, you have saved me from a google search. Thank you.

 

Looks like this year the ax is being lenient on the Macs. 

obi-k
Valued Contributor II

Yeah, looks like some MacBook Airs 2018 & 2019 only took a hit.

AJPinto
Honored Contributor III

To be fair, I think they deserved the hit lol. Not connecting the heat sync to the CPU really killed those things.

cvangorp
New Contributor III

@talkingmooseusually has regex for model and OS compatibility.   It least that is where I have gotten mine in the past.  Credit to @talkingmoose .

AJPinto
Honored Contributor III

Found this on slack yesterday, I have not tested it, but it seems like it should work. 

devices "does not match". 

^(iMac([1-9]|1[1-8]),|Macmini[1-7],|MacPro[1-6],|MacBook([1-9]|10)|,|MacBookAir[1-8],|MacBookPro([1-9]|1[1-4]),)

 

That string doesn't seem to work. This works for incompatible.
Model Identifier matches regex:

^(MacPro[1-6],[0-9]|iMac([1-9]|1[0-8]),[0-9]|Macmini[1-7],[0-9]|MacBookAir[1-8],[0-9]|MacBookPro([1-9]|1[0-4]),[0-9])