Developers can now download the second beta of macOS 13 Ventura. After a few weeks since the first seed of this forthcoming Mac operating system, Apple is now giving developers access to a new build so they may continue testing the company’s upcoming devices. Everything new about it is here.
Apple is also releasing iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16 beta 2 along with macOS 13 Ventura beta 2.
Once the right profile is installed, betas can be accessed through the Software Update function in System Preferences, and enrolled developers can indeed get them out of the Apple Developer Center.
The current version is 22A5286j. The first public beta of this operating system will be made available to more users in a few weeks, according to Apple, so they can use it before it is made available to the entire public later this fall.
Ventura’s Stage Manager is an unique feature that lets you focus on one task while having access to other applications for easy task changing. Now that Continuity Camera is available, you can use your iPhone as a webcam for your Mac.
It’s now possible to schedule and cancel emails up to 10 seconds once they’ve been sent using the Mail program on the Mac. Apple’s System Preferences has been renamed “System Settings” and has an iOS-like interface.
You may share your media library with your group using iCloud Share Photo Library, giving each member the ability to add, edit, favorite, comment, and remove pictures.
Safari now has built-in support for Shared Tab Groups, and Apple is hard at work developing Passkeys, a next-generation credential that will replace passwords. Spotlight has been updated, new features have been added to the Photo Library, and Metal 3 has been incorporated into macOS Ventura in order to improve the graphics of games.