Before macOS Ventura arrives on our Macs in October, since Apple has confirmed that this will be the case although it has not commented on the day, we have to continue talking about the beta versions that are arriving so that developers can adjust their programs to computers and that all goes well on launch day and no mistakes are made. Although there may be, if not, look at what has happened with iOS 16 and the rear camera in some third-party applications. macOS Ventura beta 8 is already with us.
macOS 13 Ventura beta 8 is finally available to developers after Apple released the final version of iOS 16, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16 on September 12. The company aims to release this operating system next month alongside iPadOS 16.1. We do not know at the moment the exact day of the event that will take place next month, but your presentation is very close to becoming a reality. Once the event is held, it is a matter of days before the new operating system materializes for the public.
At the moment, as we have said, the beta is for developers, so you must be enrolled in the program that Apple has for this purpose. If you want more information you can get it on their website. Of course, you can become a developer to test the new features that are being implemented, but we advise you to only do so if you have minimal knowledge and, above all, not to use your main terminals to install these betas. Although they are usually stable, you never know, they are test versions and it is logical that there are failures.
In this beta 8 which is the is 22A5352e, the main focus, is in the continuity functions, like the ability to start a FaceTime call on the Mac and seamlessly switch to the iPhone or iPad.
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