Public testers can now get started with the fourth beta version of macOS Ventura. This is the new operating system for the Mac that will be available to all consumers from the fall of 2022.
The new beta version mainly focuses on the continuity functionalities. For example, you can start a FaceTime call on your Mac, continue it on your iPhone, and transfer it to your iPad.
macOS Ventura fourth beta rolled out
macOS Ventura is the new operating system for the Mac. The system was announced at WWDC 2022 and developers and public testers are already digging through the system. Three weeks ago they got the third beta version and this week it’s the turn of the fourth.
Consumers with a Mac will benefit greatly from the new operating system this fall. Ventura, for example, has Stage Manager: a new functionality that allows the user to focus even more on his work.
Thanks to macOS Ventura, consumers can also use their iPhone as a webcam. This makes it possible to film not only your face, but also a top view of your desk. Ideal for business calls or making videos. The feature supports things like Center Stage and Studio Light.
There are of course many more functionalities that macOS Ventura has. Wondering what improvements and additions are coming to your Mac this fall? Then be sure to read this article.
This is how you install the new beta version
To install the new beta version, go as a public tester on your Mac, iMac or MacBook to System Settings -> Software Update. The system will immediately search for a new update for you. If you have the right profile, the fourth beta version will appear soon.
Don’t you currently have the right profile on your Mac? Then go to the Apple Software Beta Program website via this link. There you can register as a developer, so that you can install the correct profile.
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