Updating from mac 10 1 5 to 10 3 9
If the Mac is running OS X "Lion" (10.7) or later, click the "System Report" button after clicking "More Info..." as well.
Every Mac.com's Ultimate Mac Lookup feature -- as well as the Every Mac app -- also can identify these models by their Serial Numbers.
I also have a You Tube video showing the process, which can be viewed here.
10.14.4 and later CANNOT be patched properly using Mojave Patcher version 1.2.3 and older.
mac OS Mojave is the last version of the mac OS to support 32-bit apps entirely, which means that many older apps will be left behind with the next version.
Although modernization is necessary from time-to-time, eliminating older apps and making it easier for developers to essentially port i OS apps to the Mac alongside deprecating support for Open GL and Open CL (and not adopting Vulkan), while placing much more aggressive emphasis on apps from the App Store very well could lead to the end of the mac OS entirely.
The Mac also needs to be running OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion or later, have 2 GB of RAM or more installed, and have at least 12.5 GB of free storage if you are upgrading from OS X El Capitan 10.11.5 or least 18.5 GB of free storage if you are upgrading from an earlier version of the operating system.
Familiar i OS apps, including News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home, are now available on the Mac for the first time.
It may be beneficial to have many formerly i OS-only apps make it to the Mac, but it also remains to be seen if developers will bother to continue to make mac OS-specific apps, particularly if they are later required to only distribute them through Apple's app store where Apple takes a 30% cut of the developer's revenue.
System Requirements In Apple's WWDC 2018 presentation and elsewhere, the company specifies that mac OS Mojave runs on these Macs: It is worth noting that specific feature support can vary and this is a significantly smaller number of systems than were supported by mac OS High Sierra (10.13) before it.
*The Mid-2010 and Mid-2012 Mac Pro models only support mac OS Mojave (10.14) if they have a video card that supports Metal.
Apple reports that these video cards are compatible with mac OS Mojave: Site sponsor OWC sells the SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 7950 Mac Edition.