The desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers developed by Apple Inc., OS X Yosemite, is the macOS’ eleventh major version. Here, you can download the macOS Yosemite DMG file.
At WWDC 2014, OS X Yosemite was unveiled, released to developers on June 2, and made available to beta testers on July 24. On October 16, 2014, Yosemite became available for purchase. Yosemite is named after the national park, adhering to the Northern California landmark-based naming approach first introduced with OS X Mavericks.
The new features of macOS are:
- Updated user interface
- Enhancements to Spotlight search
- Integration with iCloud Drive
- The ability to share files through AirDrop with other Macs running OS X Yosemite or later versions.
Yosemite may be run on any Macintosh product that can run OS X Mountain Lion (v10.8.x), as the two operating systems share the same system requirements. However, there are extra minimal system requirements, such as a Mac with Bluetooth LE, to fully utilize the Handoff function (Bluetooth 4.0). OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) or later, 2 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of free storage are necessities, the same as with Mavericks and Mountain Lion.
- iMac (Mid 2007 or later)
- MacBook (2006–2012) and MacBook (2015–2019) (Aluminum Late 2008 and Early 2009 or newer)
- MacBook Pro (Mid 2007 or later)
- MacBook Air (Late 2008 or later)
- Mac Mini (Early 2009 or later)
- Mac Pro (Early 2008 or later) (Can run on a mid-2006 version if one upgrades to a supported graphics chip and utilizes a custom bootloader)
- Xserve (Early 2009)
Download macOS Yosemite DMG File
The DMG file for Apple’s Mac OS Yosemite operating system is now accessible for download.
- Download macOS Yosemite DMG File [MediaFire]
What Is a DMG File?
An Apple Disk Image file, also known as a Mac OS X Disk Image file, is essentially a digital recreation of a physical disc and is identified by the DMG file extension. Because of this, compressed software installers are frequently stored in a DMG file format rather than on a physical disc. The only time you’ll likely see them is if you download macOS applications from the internet.
Some DMG files may be password-protected since the macOS disc image format allows compression, file spanning, and encryption. DMG files are supported by Mac OS X 9 and later versions, but Mac OS Classic utilises the IMG file format for the same purpose.
That’s it. You can download the macOS Yosemite DMG file from the above link/