A new dynamic wallpaper is discovered in the new beta of macOS Ventura


This week Apple has released for all developers the XNUMXth beta of macOS Ventura. At this point in the movie, normally the latest beta versions simply tend to have bug fixes, since all the news must already be tested and ready.

But that does not imply that the guys from Cupertino do not include some little thing that does not have to be tested and that does not affect the performance of the new software at all. And in this week's beta, they've included a new wallpaper to choose. The truth is that there is very little left for all users with compatible equipment to be able to update to the thirteenth macOS: macOS Ventura.

The current macOS Monterey will be one year old within twenty days. so maybe next week we'll see the Release Candidate for developers, and the next week the final version for all users. Let's see if it's true.

At the moment, the developers who are busy testing the betas have found a small novelty in the tenth beta released this week: a new wallpaper.

A new dynamic wallpaper

A new wallpaper featuring a yellow flower somewhat abstract. The options for light mode and dark mode have been available since the first beta version of macOS 13.0. New to this week's beta is a third option for Ventura's flower in dynamic mode.

Dynamic wallpapers in macOS change based on the time of day; the effect is applied in both light mode and dark mode. That means the visual effect can be used without having to switch modes on macOS. Here are the three ringtones to download: clear, planet y dark.

macOS Ventura also uses this orange flower image for its own screen saver predetermined. Said screen saver focuses on the differences in the visual depth of the image.

The new macOS Ventura wallpaper also varies depending on the appearance mode you're using. The model clear includes a more yellow flower with a light blue background. The mode dark features the more orange version with a dark blue background.

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