OpenCore Legacy Patcher Mac Latest Version 1.4.1 (2024)

OpenCore Legacy Patcher Mac Overview

OpenCore Legacy Patcher Mac is a sophisticated bootloader that is used to patch and inject data into memory instead of on the disk. We can achieve a native-like experience on many Macs that are not supported.

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Patcher Mac Setup

Built for security

Supporting System Integrity Protection (SIP), FileVault 2.im4m Secure Boot, and Vaulting. You’re as secure on many machines as a Mac.

Native OTA Updates

Install updates as soon as they are released, using native System Preferences, just like on a Mac.

Zero firmware patching

Our protocol upgrades can be done in memory using the OpenCore Boot Manager. They are not permanent.

Supporting more hardware

Your old graphics cards or WiFi and Bluetooth chipsets will be given new life.

New features

Even on models that are natively supported, you can unlock Sidecar, AirPlay for Mac, Night Shift, and Universal Control!

Helpful community

Our amazing community of developers, tinkerers, and dreamers can help you with anything, whether it’s learning how to get started or finding out the details.

OpenCore Legacy Patcher Mac Latest Version 1.2.1 (2024)

What’s new in version 1.2.1 For Mac

  • Fix the TeraScale Acceleration checkbox not being saved in Settings.
  • Resolve Auto Patcher not launching after upgrading macOS. Regression to 1.2.0.

(Version 1.4.1)

  • Updater implementation
  • Resolves keyboard/trackpad support for MacBook Air 6 with macOS 14.4 or newer. SPI Keyboard and Trackpad Patch is expanded to include MacBook Air 6.
  • Reduces the need for an NVRAM reset to restore Bluetooth support in newer OSes (thanks to @Ausdauersportler). Reducing the need to reset NVRAM in order to restore Bluetooth functionality on newer OSs (thanks, @Ausdauersportler).


Size: 587.6 MB
Developer’s website:
App requirements
Intel 64
OS X 10.10 or later
Install macOS versions on hardware dropped from Apple’s official support list.

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