Apple Music is one of the first major streaming services to support Macs, as the streaming service officially launched on the Apple Mac Pro earlier this week.
However, the new Mac Pros have a few problems to address.
Apple has released a new version of its Apple Music app, and it will soon launch on the Mac Pro, but the new version doesn’t support Mac OS X 10.8.1, which is currently the most current version of the OS.
According to Apple’s support page, the Mac Pros will be compatible with Mac OSX 10.9 Mavericks and later.
Apple Music’s Mac compatibility was confirmed by a support article for MacOSX 10,9 Mavericks, which has been available since April of this year.
The article details how the new software works, and includes a couple of tips for users who want to start streaming music on their Macs.
Apple recommends that users stream music to the Macs directly from the internet, or by connecting an Apple Music subscription to the computers via AirPlay.
In the past, Apple has supported Mac OS Sierra and later versions of the operating system.
Apple has released support for Mac OS 10.7, 10.10, 10, 11 and later, but it has yet to release a full version of OS X that supports all of the new features in Apple Music.