macOS Ventura launched. After months of beta testing new software for Macs, MacBooks, and iMacs, Apple recently announced macOS Ventura for all supported devices. The new macOS Ventura update also brings new features like camera continuity and the popular Stage Manager, Stage Manager.
The latest macOS update
Here’s everything you need to know about the new macOS update, including what’s new, what devices it’s for, and how to update.
macOS 13 makes the connection between macOS and iPhone more seamless, including the ability to use iPhone as a webcam. This is useful if you need better image quality during a video call, but don’t want to invest in a new webcam. The iPhone camera is one of the best portable cameras to carry around.
Users can now transfer FaceTime calls from iPhone to Mac and vice versa. iMessage users can directly send and reset messages on macOS and iOS. The same applies to emails; the option to withdraw emails has been updated.
The Safari browser now also supports passkeys. Passkeys can be used as a new, more secure alternative to passwords for authenticating apps, websites, and more.
Additional elements have Desk View, a redesigned Game Center dashboard, a weather app, new game APIs, and more.
Steps to update
Users can download and inaugurate the Ventura available from the Mac App Store. This can be guided from System Preferences > Software Update.