Apple has released the first public beta version of macOS Ventura 13.1.

first beta of macOS Ventura 13 1
first beta of macOS Ventura 13 1

Apple seeded the first beta of macOS Ventura 13.1 to its public beta testing group today, allowing non-developers to test the new features ahead of the software’s release. The public beta comes one day after Apple released the developer beta.

After installing the appropriate profile from Apple’s beta software website, public beta testers can download the macOS 13.1 Ventura update from the Software Update section of the System Preferences app.

The Freeform app, designed by Apple for creative collaboration, is included in macOS Ventura 13.1. The app can be used for brainstorming, idea planning, taking notes, and more. Users can use Freeform as a blank canvas to insert drawings, sticky notes, shapes, text boxes, photos, videos, PDFs, links, and other documents.

Freeform “boards” can be shared with others and discussed via FaceTime, with real-time updates from all participants synced to everyone.

In addition, the update adds support for an updated Home app architecture, which improves performance for smart home devices.

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