- Jan 14, 2010
- i7 3770K
- Vega 64
- Classic Mac
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- Mobile Phone
Keep in mind Apple is providing the longest backward compatibility and updates on the market. I don't see any jeopardy for the hackintosh in the near future. Rather possible is taking more money for their really excellent operating system. I bought it twice so far but it's even possible to buy it only once and install it on many, many machines. For 20 bucks? Seriously? Excellent deal for the customer, in my opinion...
Right now there is an option, provided by Apple, to completely turn off T2 security and boot another OS on a Mac with a T2 chip. Apple is comparing it to Secure Boot in a PC. If they continue to do this there is no problem.
So if you are booting genuine macOS on your Hackintosh you can still even use the other security settings.