Find Mac version using terminal command


In order to find the version of macOS running on your Mac device, you can make use of the command called Software versions sw_vers,

Step 1: Open Terminal

Step 2: Type - sw_vers

% sw_vers

Example:
ProductName:	macOS
ProductVersion:	12.2
BuildVersion:	21D49

ProductName is the name of your OS i.e macOS, Product version is the version of your macOS 12.2 => Monterey!

Know more about versions: https://code2care.org/howto/find-your-macos-version
Find Mac Version using Terminal
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