Apple announces macOS Ventura

macOS Ventura
macOS Ventura

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Apple has also announced its next-gen Mac operating system dubbed macOS 13 Ventura at WWDC 2022. The company announced several updates to the new macOS. The developer beta of macOS Ventura will be available to download from June 6 and the stable version will be coming in late 2022.

The macOS Ventura will come with a redesigned System Preferences that makes it easier to find the settings you need. The company has also improved Spotlight with Rich Results. Spotlight now indexes more apps.

Weather and Clock apps that have been on iOS for years are now coming to macOS Ventura. The weather app has the same animations and shows useful information. The Clock app has Siri integration and lets you ask Siri to set alarms. You can add widgets for both on the sidebar of your macOS.

Apple has also introduced the third version of its graphics technology called Metal. It also brings MetalFX Upscaling. So, Mac will now support more games such as No Mans Sky, Resident Evil Village, and more.

The Mail app is getting Undo Send feature that lets you undo a sent email a few moments after it’s sent. You can also now schedule emails.

Now you can also use your iPhone as a camera for your Mac in macOS Ventura With Continuity Camera. With this feature, Mac can automatically recognize the camera and use it as a webcam. When connected, it will support all existing camera features like Center Stage, Portrait mode, and more. You can also use the Ultra-Wide camera.

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With the Handoff feature, you can start a FaceTime call on one of your Apple devices and transfer it to another.

Messages on Mac will also support the edit or undo sent message feature. You can also mark a message as unread and recover accidentally deleted messages.

Safari now includes a new Shared Tab Groups feature. It lets you see in real-time what tabs your friends are checking. You can also now create a list of shared bookmarks. Users can also now start a or FaceTime call directly from Safari.

Apple has also introduced the Passkeys feature to protect your login credentials. It uses Face ID and Touch ID for authentication and iCloud Keychain to sync your logins across your Apple devices.

The macOS Ventura will be available to Macs that were released from 2017 onwards. Here is the list.

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