It's only been a few minutes since the first public beta of macOS Ventura. This means that aside from developers, non-developers who are in the public beta tester program can already try out this year's new macOS Ventura.
One more step towards the final version of macOS Ventura that all users can install from September or October of this year. A few more developer betas to finalize the details, and everything will be ready for this fall. There is less left, then.
The first public beta of macOS Ventura has just been released to the group of users aimed at being able to test the public beta versions of macOS, which allows those users who are not developers testing the new operating system for Macs before its final release.
Such public beta testers can download the macOS 13 Ventura update from the section Software update from the System Preferences app on your Mac after installing the appropriate profile from Apple's beta tester website.
Many new features in macOS Ventura
macOS Ventura introduces Internship Manager, a new multitasking option to focus on one task while having other applications waiting in the wings. Another novelty is Camera Continuity, allows you to use your iPhone as a webcam for your Mac, offering much better image quality than the camera that mounts the Mac on its screen.
macOS Ventura also includes a Handoff which now works with FaceTime so you can answer calls on your Mac and then transfer them to another device, and the Messages gains new undo, edit, and mark as unread features.
And aside from these comments, there are a lot of new features in macOS Ventura, which as of today can be tested by Apple developers and users who are not, but who are attached to the public beta tester program.
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