Stage Manager: Switching apps is easier than ever
Stage Manager gives Mac users a new way to seamlessly switch between apps and windows. Stage Manager automatically organizes open apps and windows so users can focus on their work and see everything at a glance. The current windows users are working in are prominently displayed in the center, and other open windows appear on the left so they can quickly and easily switch between tasks
Continuous Camera: Use iPhone Camera on Mac
Continuity Camera will give Mac users the ability to use their iPhone as a webcam. A Mac will automatically recognize and use the camera on the iPhone when it’s nearby—without needing to wake or select it. Continuity Camera brings center stage, Portrait Mode, and new Studio Light features to all Mac computers.
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With macOS Ventura, Safari gets the Tab Groups feature, where users can share their favorite sites in Safari and see what other tabs are viewing live. Users can also create a list of bookmarks on the shared start page, and even start Message conversations or FaceTime calls from Safari. Browsing in Safari is secured with Passkey, “next generation credentials” that are designed to be more secure, easy to use, and change passwords.
Mail app gets new features
Apple has improved the search feature on Mail with macOS Ventura. Users can quickly find whatever they’re looking for, including recent emails, contacts, documents, photos, and more, as they click into Search, even before they type. Users can also schedule emails and even cancel deliveries once they hit send. Users can set reminders to come back to the message at a specific date and time, and receive automated suggestions to follow up over email if there’s no response.
The iPhone’s Weather and Clock apps are optimized for Mac. System Settings is the new name for System Preferences and comes with a new design that is easy to navigate and familiar to iPhone and iPad users.