Apple released the seventh beta of macOS Ventura to its public beta testing group today. This lets people who aren’t developers try out the new operating system before it comes out. The seventh beta comes after the sixth public beta and is the same as the ninth developer beta that came out earlier this week.
After installing the appropriate profile from Apple’s beta software site, public beta testers can download the macOS 13 Ventura update from the System Preferences app’s Software Update section.
The new multitasking tool in macOS Ventura is called Stage Manager. It enables you to concentrate on a single task while waiting for other apps. Stage Manager places your main app in the center and your other apps to the side so you can quickly access them.
Thanks to Continuity Camera, you can connect your iPhone to your Mac and use it as a webcam. The iPhone camera is much better than the one built into the Mac. Apple is developing iPhone stands that can be used with a Mac. Some of the coolest features are those that make use of the Ultra Wide lens, such as Desk View.
Handoff is now compatible with FaceTime, allowing you to answer calls on your Mac and transfer them to another device. Messages are also getting the ability to undo, change, and mark as unread. Share Play now works in both FaceTime and Messages, and the Mail app has been updated. It’s easier to find what you’re looking for, you can schedule emails, and you can even cancel an email up to 10 seconds after it’s been sent.
Apple added the Clock and Weather apps to the Mac, changed System Preferences to System Settings, and made it possible for Shared Tab Groups to work. In iOS 16 and macOS Ventura, passwords are being replaced with Passkeys, which are safer. Updates have also been made to Spotlight, Visual Lookup, Live Text, and more.