Apple has released to developers the 7 Beta of macOS Ventura, the new Mac operating system that will arrive in the final version for everyone in the fall. The 7 beta of macOS Ventura (build 22A5342f) comes two weeks after beta 6 (build 22A5331f) and more than two months after the first beta (build 22A5266r) presented at the WWDC22 developer conference.
In the release notes, Apple indicates known issues and areas that developers are encouraged to test. As always, registered developers can download beta 7 of macOS Ventura from the Developer Center and, with the profile installed, install updates as they become available.
What’s new in 7 Beta of macOS Ventura
Among the novelties of macOS Ventura: Stage Manager, a new way to stay focused on the activity that is taking place, with the ability to easily switch between apps or windows; the Continuity function of the camera allows you to use the iPhone as a Mac webcam; With the arrival of Handoff in FaceTime, you can initiate a FaceTime call on your iPhone or iPad and seamlessly transfer it to your Mac. The Mail and Messages apps have new features that make them even better, while Safari paves the way for a password-less future. thanks to passkeys.
The final version of macOS Ventura will be available this fall, as a free software update.
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