Wed 12 Jun 2024
Apple seeds third macOS Sonoma public beta
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Apple seeds third macOS Sonoma public beta


Apple has today seeded its third macOS Sonoma public beta, which brings several are features to the Mac including new widgets, significant updates to Safari, enhanced video conferencing features, screen savers featuring slow-motion videos of various locations worldwide, and all-new Game Mode, and more.

With macOS Sonoma, widgets are now plane increasingly powerful and personal on Mac. Users can place widgets right on the desktop. Widgets tousle with the wallpaper while users work in apps. Through Continuity, users can use iPhone widgets on their Mac. And widgets are now interactive, permitting users to trammels off reminders, play or pause media, wangle home controls, and perform various tasks from their Mac, all directly from the desktop.

macOS Sonoma brings enhanced video conferencing features that enable users to present and share their work increasingly powerfully within any video conferencing app. Presenter Overlay, a new video effect, displays a user on top of the content they are sharing. Additionally, Reactions indulge users to share how they finger by subtracting balloons, confetti, hearts, and increasingly into the video, which can moreover be triggered with a hand gesture.

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Additional macOS Sonoma updates include enhanced PDF functionality for quick form-filling with AutoFill, users have the worthiness to simply say “Siri” to vivify Siri, users have all-new stickers experience, enhancements to features like search, reply, groups, and syncing with Messages in iCloud.

Communication Safety expands to AirDrop, the Photos picker, incoming calls, and FaceTime messages, remoter broadening protections for children. Additionally, Sensitive Content Warning prevents unexpected exposure to sensitive images and videos in AirDrop and Messages, incoming calls, and FaceTime messages, while giving the user the option to woodcut the contact or seek remoter resources for help.

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