Mac Version of iMovie Gets an Update – Now Supports Older Macs

Mac Version of iMovie Gets an Update – Now Supports Older Macs

If you have an older Mac and were bummed because the newest version of iMovie, introduced alongside Mavericks, wasn’t compatible with your machine, we may some good news for you. Apple has updated the Mac version of iMovie, and with it comes fixes allowing the use of the video editing app with older Macs.


The change log doesn’t list which “older video cards” are now supported, but if you’ve bought iMovie in the past and found you couldn’t use it on your older Mac, it’s worth a shot to update and try it out.

What’s New in Version 10.0.1

  • Allows iMovie to be installed on computers with some older video cards
  • Addresses reliability issues when updating projects and events from previous versions of iMovie

iMovie is available in the App Store. [DIRECT LINK]

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