macOS Ventura’s public beta is here. These are our favorite lesser-known features

Enlarge / Macs running macOS Ventura. (credit: Apple)

Apple has released the betas for its next major operating systems to the public today, making it relatively easy for adventurous users to download and install rough versions of the software that will begin powering Macs, iPhones, iPads, and other devices starting sometime in the fall.

We’ll publish full reviews of those new OSes when they’re officially released, but for Mac users who want to jump into the public betas today, we’ll be covering a few macOS Ventura features we’ve learned about in our time with the developer betas (the first public beta build corresponds roughly to the third developer beta build, which was released last week).

Rather than focus on high-profile changes, like Continuity Camera, search improvements, Passkeys, or the overhauled Settings app, we’ve focused on smaller but still significant improvements, including a few that show us where Apple is trying to steer the Mac in the next few years.

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