Apple iMac 13.2 compatible

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  • Forrest Smith

    We only guarantee CloudReady will work on our certified models. Hundreds of machines not on that list still work great, but since our team isn't able to directly test non-certified devices there's no way to guarantee functionality on any particular device.
    The good news is, you can follow our guide to make a CloudReady USB installer and test things out risk free, without installing.

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  • Peter Michael Beck

    This is an old post so you probably already know more about this than I do!   Today I installed cloudready Home edition on my late 2012 IMac (13,2).   It seems to work fine so far and it is driving my old thunderbolt 27 inch add on monitor.   Printing works, Bluetooth works, mouse works.    I wonder why it is not on the compatibility list?

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  • Ted Larson

    I got it to work about 6 months ago, but I had to do some major workarounds because my internal hard drive is dead and I don't have access to tear it apart to replace. so I am using an external SSD. I have only two problems with it one is the original Magic Mouse when you boot it sometimes won't recognize it through Bluetooth and you have to login with a regular Mouse to get it to work. Second issue right now is it sees my printer, but it was won't print. Running an i7 on chromium OS is way Overkill and I LOVE IT with 32 gigs of RAM.

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