Now that you know the list of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch compatible with iOS 10, you will find in this article all the models of Mac which will be able to run the future major version of the Apple desktop operating system, macOS Sierra. As a reminder, the latter will arrive in the fall with many new features and improvements that you can find in our dedicated article (read: Keynote WWDC 2016: after OS X, macOS Sierra).
Macs compatible with macOS Sierra are as follows: MacBook since the end of 2009 model, iMac since the end of 2009 model, MacBook Air since the end of 2010 model, MacBook Pro since the end of 2010 model, Mac mini since the model late 2010 and finally the Mac Pro since the model released in late 2010.
As you have noticed, there is little change compared to the functional machines running OS X El Capitan released last year. The only computers abandoned by Apple are the Macs released in 2007 and 2008, and Xserve. If you’re interested, you can already download macOS Sierra beta 1 from the Dev Center, provided you have a developer account.