Although Apple rolled out a new update for your MacBook, Mac mini or iMac early this week, it is working hard behind the screen on macOS 13.4 Ventura. OMT editor Jeroen Kraak looks at the first beta and lists all the features and improvements.
Apple regularly releases new versions of its operating systems. It does so not only for iOS for iPhone, but also for Mac. The next version scheduled for release is macOS Ventura 13.4.
macOS Ventura 13.4 coming soon to your Mac
Unfortunately, macOS development is not as fast as iOS. In this earlier article about the iPhone operating system, we could already reveal some new features. Unfortunately, that is not yet the case with Ventura 13.4. When we do know something we will put it in this article right away, so keep an eye on it.
Presumably these improvements for your Mac won’t be that drastic. Most likely, this new version of the software mainly fixes some bugs under the hood of your MacBook, Studio or mini.
What is in the works is a macOS app for Apple Music Classical. Apple’s latest streaming service came to the iPhone and iPad this week, so it wouldn’t be surprising if it comes to the Mac soon as well.
There are also rumors of a new version of the Apple TV app coming to macOS Ventura 13.4. This was already supposed to be coming to 13.3, but it turned out not to be.
Meet MacOS Ventura (Image: Apple)
Here’s how to install the latest version on your computer
Unfortunately, you can’t just test the beta version of macOS Ventura 13.4. This used to be possible, but Apple now gives that first option only to software developers. They can sign up with Apple. There will be a public beta later, though.
Want to install the latest version of the operating system on your Mac? To do so, open the Apple menu. Then go to System Preferences>General>Software Update. Here you can see if your Mac is up-to-date. If not, you can easily install the latest version there.