At the end Press Release (opens in a new tab) and Ventura’s page (opens in a new tab)There is now confirmation of this date, so if you have Mac or one iPadyou will finally be able to take advantage of the new features.
iPadOS 16.1″ had a hard time mainly due to Stage manager, Apple’s latest attempt to redesign multitasking on tablets. It has its fair share of issues, such as crashes, confusing design, and the delay of external monitor support for a later release.
However, macOS Ventura has had the opposite since it was announced in June at WWDC with minimal fuss, mainly because this is a maintenance release, but how can these updates benefit you?
Small features can make a big impact for you
Like Apple’s other updates this year, there’s one standout feature, followed by a series of minor OS updates. Stage Manager is also included with Ventura, but it’s only a minor feature compared to iPadOS, as you’re not limited by an invisible grid and there’s only one way to multitask on Mac.
Along with this you get the benefit of iOS 16, such as being able to edit or cancel messages in iMessage, or being able to schedule emails in the Mail app. Its search feature, Spotlight also gets quick actions, so if you need to set a quick timer in the new Clock app, now you can.
Although Apple has yet to confirm it, it can be assumed that iOS 16.1 will also arrive on October 24, where the Live Activity will be. These are Lock Screen widgets that will track ongoing events, such as sports games and deliveries.
All of these updates will benefit in some way – whether it’s the Weather app in iPadOS or the useful features for Mail and iMessage in Ventura. However, time will tell whether Stage Manager needs further work as it becomes available to more users from October 24, as a larger feedback voice could boost Apple’s focus. tweak it more.