In a few days all users of macOS Ventura will be able to update our Macs to version 13.1. And this will be so because a couple of hours ago Apple released the RC version of macOS Venture 13.1.
And when Apple releases a Release Candidate version of an update for developers to test, it means that, with rare exceptions, it's already the final, pre-final version. There will be no more changes and in a few days, said update will be released for all users.
A week after the release of the latest beta of macOS Ventura 13.1, Apple has released the release Candidate same for developers. That means that it is already prepared and ready for all users to update our Macs to said new version of macOS within a few days.
This new version of macOS includes advanced data protection for iCloud as a notable novelty. A new connection to the Apple cloud that adds end-to-end encryption for iCloud backup, Notes, Photos, iCloud Drive, Reminders, voice memos, etc. This new encryption will be available on all platforms and will be introduced with the release of iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, and macOS 13.1.
With macOS Ventura 13.1, we can also enjoy the new application Freeform, aimed at creative collaboration. It can be used to design and capture new projects and ideas, write down thoughts, draw, share all that creativity with other users in real time.
This update also introduces support for a new application architecture. Home and the smart devices compatible with it, improving their functions and their compatibility. This improvement in the field of home automation will also be incorporated into the next iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 for iPhone and iPad respectively.