NVME and Apple Mac Compatibility Chart

NVME and Apple Mac Compatibility Chart



*You can find this information by going to the Apple Logo → About This Mac → System Report
**xxx.0.0.0.0 is the new Boot ROM system that came out with Mojave, where “x” indicates any number. This also means your firmware is up to date.
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