Besides releasing iPadOS 16 for iPad, Apple also released macOS Ventura for Mac. This software brings a variety of new features to Apple’s Mac series of computers.
macOS Ventura includes a new Continuity Camera that lets you use your iPhone’s camera as your Mac’s webcam.
There’s also a new Stage Manager designed to organize Windows and apps on your device. This feature can be enabled from the Control Center. See below for more information.
Stage Manager automatically organizes apps and windows so you can see everything at a glance while focusing on the task at hand. When users enable Stage Manager from the Control Center, the current window they are working on will be prominently displayed in the center, with other windows on the left side, allowing seamless switching between tasks. To create their ideal workspace, users can create groups of windows or apps when working on a specific task or project. Stage Manager also works in tandem with macOS window tools like Mission Control and Spaces, giving users easy one-click desktop access.
The update also introduces some new collaboration features to Safari and passkeys designed to replace passwords.
Mail also gets an update with a range of new features, including the ability to cancel email delivery. Messages also receives updates with the ability to undo recently sent messages, and other new features.
A new macOS Ventura software update is now available for download. More information about the software can be found on Apple’s website at the link below.
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