Today, Apple uploaded the first public beta of macOS Ventura 13.3 to its beta testing group, allowing users to try out the new features before the official release. Only a day after Apple gave the beta to developers, the public version is now available for testing. After downloading and installing the appropriate profile from Apple’s beta software website, public beta testers can get the macOS 13.3 Ventura update using the Software Update pane in System Preferences.
macOS Ventura 13.3 Beta Version Is Here
Shaking head, pink heart, blue heart, grey heart, donkey, moose, black bird, geese, wing, jellyfish, hyacinth, pea pod, ginger, fan, comb, flute, maracas, left hand, and right hand are among the new emoji supported in macOS Ventura 13.3. These symbols join those added in iOS 16.4.
After being removed on iOS 16.2, it also allows upgrading to Apple’s new HomeKit architecture. There is now a preview option for Mastodon URLs shared in Messages, and there are new options in Shortcuts for integrating Siri’s notification announcements into your own routines.
Apple has given a release window of March 20 until June 20 for macOS Ventura 13.3. For the time being, Apple Studio Display beta users on macOS may check for the update in the Settings app, under Software Updates. The update is 641.4 MB in size and should be downloaded and installed within 10 minutes.