Our current macOS (still called OS X) dual boot criterion says:
"The installer must be able to install into free space alongside an existing OS X installation, install and configure a bootloader that will boot Fedora."
I suggest renaming "OS X" to "macOS" in the section title and in the criterion text. That reflects the name change that Apple did in the past.
I also suggest adding this footnote:
"Footnote: Supported hardware
This criterion only covers Mac devices with an Intel x86_64 processor."
That makes it explicit that we don't support the latest ARM-based M<number> custom processors, nor the older PowerPC-based devices. I originally wanted to link to some official Fedora requirements, but we don't seem to have any (for Macs), so at least a footnote here.
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