Apple WWDC 2022: New macOS Ventura launched! Know about new features, upgrades released and more
Apple WWDC 2022 macOS launch: After days of speculation and rumors, Apple has finally unveiled the macOS Ventura at WWDC 2022. The Cupertino based tech giant has finally put an end to all the rumors and confirmed the features and upgrades during the Apple WWDC 2022 keynote session. Craig Federighi, head of software announced macOS. The new operating system upgrade is named macOS Ventura that comes with a bunch of new features like Stage Manager, upgraded Spotlight and more. From updated mail app to improved Safari browser, here's everything you need to know about Apple WWDC macOS 16 new features on launch.
macOS Ventura: New features and updates
Following its last year trend, this year too Apple has named its new macOS update “macOS Ventura”. The new update comes with a plethora of new features. The first feature Apple announced is Stage Manager, which will rearrange all windows to the side, and brings one app front and center giving the feel of a new multidesktop. Users will be able to pair apps, Notes and Pages together and cycle through them by clicking.
The macOS Ventura will also offer an improved Spotlight support, updated mail app, improved Safari browser, upgraded Metal software for power gaming and others.
The upgraded Spotlight light will let users search the web for images as well as search inside images while updated mail app will let you Undo Send and Schedule Send. The new Safari browser will have a new feature called Shared Tab Groups that will enable users to see what their friends are looking at live and easily connect over FaceTime or Messages.
There will also be a new feature for password protections, called Passkeys which can be created for each website by using Face ID or Touch ID. The passkeys are securely synced across Apple devices, including Apple TV.
Apart from these, macOS Ventura will bring Metal 3 supporting a technology called MetalFX Upscaling for power gaming. Moreover, Apple has added HandOff to FaceTime, letting users to start a video chat on their iPhone and pick it up on their Mac or iPad, and vice versa.