Sophos support for macOS Ventura (macOS 13)
News|by Leanne Bevan|30 June 2022
Apple announced that macOS Ventura (macOS 13) would be released during the last quarter of 2022. Sophos recommends not upgrading to macOS Ventura if you use the Sophos Endpoint Protection or Enterprise Console products (managed on-premises). There are no plans to support this new macOS version due to the upcoming End of Life of these products in July 2023.
If support is needed for macOS Ventura, please upgrade to Intercept X Advanced or Intercept X Advanced with XDR.
Retirement calendars for supported platforms and operating systems can be found here.
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