macOS Ventura is out now, introduces Continuity Camera, Stage Manager, and much more

After several months of testing with beta users, Apple has released macOS Ventura to the public. Here’s what’s new in this version.


Apple unveiled for the first time macOS Venturatogether with iOS 16, in June. These annual major updates of the operating systems of the Cupertino company contain many remarkable changes. In the Mac department, we have a brand new Stage Manager feature for organizing open app windows. That’s in addition to plenty of other offerings that we’ll list in a bit. If you’re a developer or a tech enthusiast, you may have already tried the macOS Ventura beta for the past few months. If you’ve been waiting for the stable, final build instead, then the wait is finally over. Apple has released macOS Ventura (13.0) to the public worldwide. Those with compatible Macs can go ahead and update their machines right away.


As the official changelog above highlights, macOS Ventura is a pretty big release. It includes Stage Manager, new weather and clock apps, ecosystem features and much more. In the ecosystem department, we get a Continuity Camera feature – allowing us to use our iPhones as Mac webcams. We also get FaceTime Handoff support, allowing us to quickly transfer ongoing calls from one Apple device to another. Meanwhile, Messages and Mail are getting some much-needed boosts — the introduction of Undo Send and other nifty additions.

To download macOS Ventura on your supported Mac, launch the System Preferences app, tap Software updateand then click Download and install.

Which macOS Ventura feature is your favorite, and why? Let us know in the comments below.

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