Apple macOS 13 developer preview version Beta 7 released

Apple today pushed the macOS 13 Developer Preview Beta 7 update (build number: 22A5342f) to Mac computer users. This update is 15 days after the last release. The company plans to officially launch the operating system next month, and here are its new features. macOS Ventura introduces the Stage Manager feature, which allows Mac users to focus on one task while keeping other apps ready to switch between tasks.

This update adds the Continuity Camera feature, which lets you use your iPhone as a webcam for your Mac. It supports Center Stage, Desktop View, Studio Light, and more. FaceTime can transfer calls at will between iPhone, iPad, and Mac, and Messages supports marking iMessages as unread, unsending iMessages, and marking as unread. SharePlay is now also available in the Messages app.

The Mail app supports deleting or undoing emails within 10 seconds of being sent. In addition, there are now Weather and Clock apps on the Mac as well. System Preferences has been renamed System Settings and has an iOS-like design.

Safari supports shared tab groups, and Apple is developing a new generation of certificates, Passkeys, which can replace passwords. There are updates to Spotlight, new features to the Photo Library, updates to Metal 3, and more.

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