macOS Ventura, iPadOS 16.1, iOS 16.1, tvOS 16.1 Available in Final Version

Apple releases final versions of macOS Ventura tonight (plus macOS Monterey 12.6.1 for incompatible devices), iOS 16.1, iPadOS 16.1, tvOS 16.1, watchOS 9.1. HomePod is also moving to 16.1 with Matter support. As usual, These updates are being rolled out gradually. Some will be able to take advantage of it once this article is published, others will have to wait a few minutes/hours before it becomes available.. For impatient people who do not have a chance to be part of the first service, it will be possible to refer to our articles summarizing Key new features of macOS VenturaFromiPadOS 16.1 And the’iOS 16.1.

What are the compatible devices?

When it was released in the final version, iOS 16 left behind a handful of iPhones, including the first iPhone SE, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, and iPhone 7/7 Plus. These smartphones have received many iOS updates and will be able to continue the end of their career under iOS 15. For their part, iPadOS 16 is not compatible with iPad mini 4, iPad Air 2, and macOS Ventura Not available on 2015 iMac, 2013 Mac Pro, 2016 MacBook 12-inch, late 2014 Mac mini, MacBook Pro 2016, MacBook Air 2015 and later. These devices will not be prompted to update, and therefore will have to stick to macOS Monterey.

iPadOS 16.1

Due to the delay, iPadOS 16 was released directly as iPadOS 16.1. As a reminder, iPadOS 16 was introduced at WWDC, iPadOS 16 was originally scheduled for release at the same time as iOS 16 was released in September. But we learned in early August that Apple was delaying the release of iPadOS 16 for about a month. Thus, the company proposed a two-stage calendar: in September for iOS 16 and watchOS 9, to accompany (and favor) the new iPhone 14 and Apple Watch, and October 24 for iPadOS and macOS Ventura.

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apparently, Cupertino has postponed its release due to the number of theater director reviews. The last feature – presumably the main one – allows you to use multiple applications in overlapping windows. iPadOS 16.1 beta recently made two big changes to Stage Manager, extending to iPad Pro 2018 and 2020 (3rd and 4th generation) with A12Z and A12X chipsets. Previously, Apple had repeatedly confirmed that the functionality is limited to models equipped with the M1 chip (iPad Pro and iPad Air), before changing its mind about certain models. Remember, last June, Apple responded that Stage Manager requires large internal memory, extremely fast storage, and more flexible external display capabilities, which only the M1 chip can provide. Apple has also – temporarily – removed support for external rendering from Stage Manager, but the functionality should return in a future update. On the other hand, improved management of external displays will always be limited to the iPad M1.

macOS Ventura

The new version of macOS also welcomes Stage Manager, as well as a new version of the Mail app with practical and modern features.Available on other clients for some time, such as a new, more powerful search, auto-correction, reminders, the ability to cancel a message sent for a short period or scheduled submissions. Spotlight also receives some improvements such as displaying images, a larger window, or even descriptions of movies and series. For its part, Safari, which was turned upside down last year, is slowly evolving with the arrival of tab sharing (we’ll see a picture of users who benefit from tab sharing). Apple also mentioned Passkeys to replace passwords using biometric sensors on devices, based on a standard prepared by the FIDO (For Fast Identity Online) Alliance in partnership with Google and Microsoft.

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Under macOS 13 Ventura, games (and certain apps) on Mac will take advantage of the Metal 3 API that unlocks the potential of Apple’s Silicon chips, among other things thanks to a real-time MetalFX upgrade and improved load times. Apple also explained its feedback with a demo of Resident Evil Village (available October 28 on Mac (Apple Silicon only) and No Man’s Sky. Finally, macOS Continue Mode will transfer FaceTime calls from iPhone to Mac And even using iPhone as a webcam (Desk View mode also allows viewing of the user’s desktop, ideal for presentations) for the latter (MagSafe support designed in collaboration with Belkin is Available in the Apple Store) then support central frame and picture modes.

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