Lowest system version for Office will be Sierra from this month
Users need to update to macOS 10.12 or higher to get the latest version of Office.
Microsoft shared a preview of Office 2019 for Mac in July, and now, they announced that new updates of Office 365 will all be available as long as the system is macOS Sierra or higher.
Microsoft specifically explained in a blog post that users will have to at least update to macOS Sierra 10.12 to get the latest functions from Office 365/Office 2019 for Mac this month.
From the update of Office 365 for Mac in September 2018, users need to update to macOS 10.12 or higher to get the latest version of Office and receive new features. This will be sent to Office
subscribers. Except for “the second half of 2018”, Microsoft hasn’t announced when they would release Office 2019 for Mac.
New features of Office’s latest version include the new Fucus Mode, graphics transformation, new administrator tools, etc. Microsoft said macOS 10.11 or lower would still be supported, but won’t receive the update. At present, no information reviews whether the new version of purchased Office 2019 for Mac can run in macOS Sierra 10.12 or lower.
The personal subscription price of Office is $7/month or $70/year.