Products affected:

  • ColorMunki Smile
  • ColorMunki Display
  • I1 Display Pro

Mac OS X High Sierra 10.13 and 14 (Mojave) is delivering a warning for 64-bit compatibility for their next operation system upgrade.

This is a one-time warning from Apple, as their next operating system will eventually only support 64-bit applications and will be dropping compatibility with 32-bit.

The current X-Rite 32-bit applications will continue run normally on Mac OS X 10.13 and 10.14 (Mojave) until the Mac OS moves completely to 64-bit in the autumn of 2019.

** Mac OS 10.15 Update

The i1 Display Pro software has been updated and is now fully compatible with the Catalina 64 Bit release and can be downloaded from the link below.

The ColorMunki Display and ColorMunki Photo calibration systems have now been discontinued and has been replaced by the i1Display Studio and i1 Studio systems.
However, your older devices can still be used with the new i1 Studio application. The software gives full compatibility with the latest Macintosh (Catalina OS10.15) and Windows 10 operating systems and has full backwards compatibility with both the ColorMunki Display and ColorMunki Photo Hardware.
The New i1 Studio and all the latest updates for the X-Rite photo products software can be obtained from our downloads page below.

https://support.xritephoto.eu/software-downloads/

**ColorMunki Smile – Discontinued Mac Support

Mac OS X 10.15 Catalina was released on October 7, 2019.  This new Mac operating system requires applications to be 64-bit compliant. 

ColorMunki Smile software is a 32-bit application, and will not run on Mac OS X 10.15 Catalina. 

There are no plans to develop a 64-bit application for ColorMunki Smile. 

To continue to use the ColorMunki Smile on a Mac, you will need to avoid upgrading to Mac OS X 10.15 Catalina. 

If you decide to upgrade to Mac OS X 10.15 Catalina, you should consider upgrading to the i1Display Studio or i1Display Pro which are both 64 bit complient.