Apple iOS 16.1/ macOS 13 Beta 10/ tvOS 16.1/ iPadOS 16.1/ watchOS 9.1 / macOS 13 Ventura Developer Preview Beta 4 Released

iOS 16.1

Apple today pushed the iOS 16.1 Developer Preview Beta 4 update (build number: 20B5064c) to iPhone users. This update is 7 days after the last release. 

macOS 13 Beta 10

Apple today pushed the macOS 13 Developer Preview Beta 10 update (build number: 22A5365d) to Mac computer users. This update is 7 days after the last release.

Apple today released the tvOS 16.1 Beta 4 beta version to developers, the specific version number is (20K5062a), which is the latest version of the tvOS operating system for Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD. The update comes a week after the last Beta 3 rollout.

Updates to tvOS are usually minor and focus on bug fixes and improvements rather than externally facing changes. No apparent new features have been discovered since tvOS 16.1 Beta 1.

When the smart home protocol Matter is launched, Apple TVs with tvOS 16 installed will support the protocol in the future to improve the interoperability between smart home accessories from different companies. " Matter 1.0 smart home standard official version released, Apple iOS 16.1 will support "

tvOS 16.1

tvOS 16 brings cross-device connectivity, a feature that allows developers to integrate Apple TV apps with iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch apps to unlock new experiences on Apple TV. Multi-user profiles are also improved through the use of shared keychains, which means users don't need to log in and select their profile when launching the Apple TV app.

Apple shares some information about tvOS releases in its tvOS support document, which is updated after each tvOS release. tvOS 16 brings enhanced multi-user support, personalized spatial audio when using AirPods, and accessibility improvements.

iPadOS 16.1 

Apple released the iOS 16.1 Beta 4 beta version to developers today, and Apple released the iPadOS 16.1 Beta 5 beta version, the specific version number is also (20B5064c), the timetable for this beta version is slightly different because Apple started testing iPadOS 16.1 before iOS 16 was released.

On the iPad, iPadOS 16 will extend the Stage Manager (pre-stage scheduling) function to the 2018 and 2020 iPad Pro models, and it is no longer limited to the M1 iPad Pro and M1 iPad Air. This beta removes the external display feature for pre-stage scheduling, which will return in a future beta. External display support will still be limited to M1 iPad models, even though older iPad Pro models are now able to use pre-stage scheduling.

watchOS 9.1

Apple today pushed the watchOS 9.1 developer preview Beta 4 update (build number: 20S5063c) to Apple Watch users. This update is 8 days after the last release. 

macOS 13 Ventura

After releasing the developer preview version Beta 10 yesterday, Apple today pushed the macOS 13 public beta version Beta 8 update to Mac computer users. macOS Ventura brings a front-end scheduling function, allowing users to seamlessly switch between various apps and windows while focusing on the work in front of them.

Meanwhile, Mac users can use the iPhone as a webcam with a Continuity Camera. With Continuity, the Mac can automatically recognize and use the camera of a nearby iPhone without the user having to wake up or select it, and the iPhone can also establish a wireless connection with the Mac.

The FaceTime app also works with Handoff, allowing users to seamlessly switch to another nearby Apple device to continue the call after FaceTime is turned on on one Apple device.

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