very satisfying initial feedback

macOS ventura

While you and I are browsing quietly in search of crisp information on the Apple brand, others have already taken in hand the new advanced version of macOS unveiled during the opening keynote of WWDC. Nicknamed Ventura in honor of the Californian town of the same name, this one can be downloaded free of charge by developers but its final edition won’t arrive for the general public until this fall.

To our delight, the journalists ofAppleInsider were able to try the software for several days and report their findings in a long file published in partnership with CleanMyMac X (our test). Let’s take stock of what’s coming out of it, almost two weeks after the program was released.


To start, AppleInsider explains that the arrival of Internship Manager on the big screen is a welcome change that allows you to better manage your work with several windows at the same time. This feature is also available on tablets, but only when they are equipped with Apple silicon chips.

Second bonus: the Camera Continuity, which is doing very well especially with the Desk View mode. This uses the ultra-wide-angle sensor of the iPhone 13 Pro which, when it is clipped to the back of your MacBook, captures live what is happening on your desk. Here too, we explain what this ingenious solution consists of in a dedicated article to be found right here.

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Along with this, the macOS Ventura test also reports sizeable improvements on the desktop side. System Preferences as well as other new options that are also found on iOS such as editing Messages or removing backgrounds with Photos.

…and disadvantages

As reminded AppleInsider, however, this edition of macOS is only intended for the most seasoned developers. It also has several bugs or inconsistencies that should be corrected in the medium term, particularly with research or authentication. Furthermore, the second generation iPhone SE is not supported for Continuity Camera despite Apple stating otherwise.

Finally, macOS Ventura requires a certain amount of power that is too high for some old computers Apple powered by Intel processors. Better to wait until September, or even longer, to install the operating system on your own machine.

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