Mac Os 13 Ventura Beta 6 Now Available, Here’s What’s New

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A week after the other operating system builds and two days after iOS 16 beta 7 arrived, developers may now download macOS 13 Ventura beta 6. With an October release in mind, Apple is currently seeding a new version to developers so they can continue testing what’s next for the company’s laptops. Additionally, a month has passed since the business seeded the first open beta test.

The current version is 22A5331f. The main focus of macOS 13 Ventura is on continuity features, like the capability to start a FaceTime call on the Mac and transition to the iPhone or iPad without missing a beat.

The Stage Manager tool, which is not just accessible on the iPad but will also assist users in organising their workflows across apps and windows, is another fantastic addition to the macOS 13 Ventura beta. This operating system also introduces two new stock apps for the first time: Clock and Weather.
One of the most aggravating flaws in the beta cycle has been fixed by Apple with macOS 13 Ventura beta 5: the notification centre once more displays notifications in real-time.

Collaboration is another key term for the macOS 13 Ventura ecosystem, which is now undergoing beta testing:

Sending collaboration invitations using Messages will include everyone on a thread automatically to the document, spreadsheet, or project. Users can view changes in real-time, and developers can incorporate FaceTime and Message into their app’s collaboration features;

You may share your photo library with your family using iCloud Share Photo Library, giving each member the ability to add, edit, favourite, caption, and remove pictures.

As a result of new features developed in cooperation with:
You can share a group of tabs with friends via shared tab groups. As you collaborate, everyone can add their own tabs, and the Tab Group will quickly update.
Apple seeded this week iOS 16 beta 7, iPadOS 16 beta 7, watchOS 9 beta 7, and tvOS 16 beta 7, as addition to macOS 13 Ventura beta 6.

Bloomberg claims that Apple will likely delay the release of iPadOS 16 by a month, which could indicate that it will be released closer to the release of macOS Ventura, which is also anticipated for October.

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