Apple released macOS Ventura beta 7 to developers, and the software was released to developers last week.
The latest beta version of macOS Ventura comes two weeks after the previous beta and brings a bunch of new features to your Mac.
Some of the new features coming to the Mac include Center Stage, Continuity Camera, Desk View, Studio Light, and more. Apple will also release a bunch of updates for existing apps. This will include Mail, FaceTime, Maps, Safari, and many others.
The new macOS Ventura beta 7 developer is now available for developers to try, you can find out more details on the Apple developer website at the link below.
The final version of macOS Ventura is expected to launch in October alongside Apple’s new line of Macs, and we also expect an iPadOS 16 release in October as well.
We expect to see a number of new Macs as well as some iPads at next month’s press event, and that should include a new, bigger iMac, some new MacBooks, a bunch of new iPads and more.
Apple will release the iOS 16 software update and watchOS 9 software updates today, and the rest of the updates should arrive sometime next month.
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