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Apple has issued an update to the Mac OS X Yosemite operating system that will block the installation of new apps on older computers that don’t have Yosemite installed.
Apple has long-promised that OS X will eventually upgrade its operating system to Yosemite, but it’s unclear when that will happen.
The new update, which was released on Monday, will remove an additional step in the process, which involves manually setting up Yosemite’s installation process.
The software installer will no longer need to be installed to use Yosemite.
Apple said that all OS X users who install Yosemite will need to uninstall the existing installation of the software on older hardware.
The updated software will also prevent third-party apps from accessing the Apple online store for Macs.
The Mac OS is a popular operating system for computers that use Intel processors, which Apple has been using to build new MacBooks and iPads.
Apple is planning to roll out Yosemite to Macs starting next week.
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Associated Press.