Apple released a number of new betas this week. The latest is macOS 13 Ventura Beta 6, now available for developers to try.
Earlier this week, we had the new iOS 16 beta 6, iPadOS 16.1 beta 1, watchOS 9 beta 7, and new public betas for iOS 16 and iPadOS 16.
Apple’s macOS 13 Ventura comes with new features like Center Stage, Continuity Camera, Desk View, Studio Light and more. Apple will also release various updates to existing apps. This includes the Mail app, FaceTime, Maps, Safari, and many other apps.
Developers can now try out the new beta of macOS 13 Ventura. More information can be found on Apple’s developer website at the link below.
Apple plans to release macOS 13 Ventura in October or November, and the software will be released alongside Apple’s new Macs. These new Macs will be officially unveiled at his October press event along with the new iPad Pro.
Apple plans to release iPadOS 16.1 with new iPads in October. watchOS 9 and iOS 16 are set to release in September with the new Apple Watch Series 8 and new iPhone 14. We will let you know the dates for all these new updates as soon as we know more about the release.
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