If you bought a Mac in 2011, you’ve got some firmware to download. Apple on Thursday issued four EFI firmware updates, one for each Mac model released by the company last year.
Mac mini EFI Firmware Update 1.6 covers Mac mini models released last summer. MacBook Air EFI Firmware Update 2.4 targets the laptops that came out in mid-2011. iMac EFI Firmware Update 1.9 is intended for the desktop machines that debuted last May, while MacBook Pro EFI Firmware Update 2.7 covers laptops released in both early 2011 and later that year.
All four updates promise to improve stability in the targeted systems while fixing several issues. Specifically, the release notes for each firmware update state that the download will improve the reliability of booting from the network and address an issue that can prevent HDCP authentication after a reboot. The updates also tackle an issue with boot device selection when you’ve got a hot-plugged USB storage device.
Yea, if it's a mid-2011. It has an MXM slot where the 6750 currently is. The 6750 is a MXM A card which is smaller than an MXM B card, but people have reported success installing and using MXM B cards in these iMacs. Google search 'mid-2011 iMac gpu ugrade' and you'll find guides and information on what GPUs will work. What's new in Microsoft Office 2011. Version 14.7.7: Note: This product is not compatible with macOS Catalina and later. Note: The downloadable file is a security update for the Microsoft Office 2011 package. This update fixes critical issues and also helps to improve security. It includes fixes for vulnerabilities that an attacker can use to.
No, you should not attempt to work around the model limitations for Mojave - they are there for a reason. Some of your hardware components will not work properly with Mojave and the system will be unstable.
The updates are available from Mac OS X’s Software Update or on Apple’s Support website. The updates require Mac OS X 10.7.3.