While Apple is continually releasing new updates for iPhones with newer iOS versions and with the buzz surrounding the upcoming release of iPadOS 16, it isn’t surprising that Mac users are now on the lookout for an update.
The announcement about the MacOS Ventura came around in June 2022, as a next-gen operating system for the Mac.
Ever since the official announcement, MacOS Ventura has been released as a public beta to the developers and registered public beta testers with Apple. The primary intent with months of beta testing is to identify lags, and bug issues and implement relevant fixes for the same.
Apple has also been continually working on macOS Ventura to further refine the individual features before a full public release of the software happens.
The new macOS Ventura update will encompass a lot of amazing new features and changes to the most used apps on the system, including Safari, Mail, and Messages.
Additionally, the macOS Ventura will also feature the Weather and Clock app for the very first time. Mimicking a few features from the iPhone, Ventura will also come with the continuity camera feature to provide the webcam with high-quality visuals.
macOS Ventura will also feature Stage Manager, a feature or app that streamlines multitasking by organizing varying applications into a single window for easier and better management.
When is macOS Ventura releasing?
With such a series of amazing features lined up, being inquisitive about the official release date of the macOS Ventura is pretty common.
During the WWDC keynote speech, Apple mentioned that they are planning to launch the MacOS Ventura during the fall of 2022. However, there is no mention of a specific date of release yet.
However, if the reports are correct, there is a high chance that the same might be launched by the end of October 2022. Reports also suggest that macOS Ventura is expected to launch alongside iPadOS 16.
Which devices will support the macOS Ventura?
The device compatibility of macOS Ventura looks quite promising. You will get direct access to the latest operating system if you have the following Macs:
- MacBook Air (2018 and later)
- MacBook Pro (2017 and later)
- MacBook (2017)
- iMac (2017 and later)
- iMac Pro (2017)
- Mac mini (2018 and later)
- Mac Studio (2022)
- Mac Pro (2019 and later)
With the bubbling excitement within, we understand that you are impatiently awaiting the launch of macOS Ventura and that’s completely understandable. However, with no official confirmation yet, all we can do at this point is wait things out.