Apple MacOS 13 Ventura and iPadOS 16 Features and Review

Apple has announced in 24 October 2022 released MacOS 13 Ventura which call Ventura and iPadOS 16 Version. these are both released same date. Now I’m going to share about Apple MacOS 13 Ventura and iPadOS 16 Features and Review in 2022.

Apple Inc is one of the most popular and strongest tech giant company. which make hype each items releasing news. We are waiting for announcement from apple what devices and software will release in the next.

It is official news. Apple has finally released the iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 Ventura updates for iPad and Mac, respectively. The Apple company has revealed it will launch iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 Ventura on October 24.


Apple has announced macOS 13 Ventura and iPadOS 16 in June alongside the recently released iOS 16, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16 updates for iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple TV, respectively.

Macos 13 Ventura
MacOS 13 Ventura

Apple MacOS 13 Ventura and iPadOS 16

According to the Apple Inc official website, both software updates has been available sometime in October. But it is still unknown if and when Apple has hold in October launch event where it will most likely launch the next generation of iPad, iPad Pro and Mac models.

Apple Talking about iPadOS 16, some new features include live text, family sharing and the much-hyped stage manager, which will be coming to select iPad models. Un-surprisingly, macOS 13 Ventura in 2022 will also be getting stage manager as well as updates to the continuity camera, facetime handoff, a new clock and weather app among other things.

Ipados 16
iPadOS 16

Compatible Devices

Apple Company usually supports software updates version to its devices long after release. However, iOS 16 support has been dropped on the iPhone 6s, the iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone 9 as well as the 7th Gen iPod Touch, now discontinued, but which was available to purchase on the Apple store up until May 2022.

iOS 16 compatible devices:

  • iPhone 8 and 8 Plus
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone SE (2020)
  • iPhone XS and XS Max
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone 11 series
  • iPhone 12 series
  • iPhone 13 series
  • iPhone 14 series

iPadOS 16 compatible devices:

  • iPad mini 5, iPad mini 6
  • iPad 9.7 (2017) and newer
  • iPad Pro all models
  • iPad Air (2019 and newer)

macOS Ventura Compatible Devices:

  • iMac and iMac Pro (2017 and later)
  • MacBook (2017 and later)
  • MacBook Air (2018 and later)
  • MacBook Pro (2017 and later)
  • Mac Mini (2018 and later)
  • Mac Pro (2019 and later)
  • Mac Studio (2022)

Apple macOS Ventura

Apple macOS Ventura is Apple is newest version of its apple computer software and comes with some impressive new features. Stage Manager has been introduced to improve upon Mission Control for productivity. The  stage Manager arranges your open windows on the left-hand side of the screen, allowing its users to concentrate on whichever projects they are working on while being able to keep an eye on other tabs and seamlessly switch between tabs.

With the rise in popularity of online webcams, Apple is also adding ‘Continuity Camera’ to apple macOS 13 Ventura. Continuity Camera allows Apple users to get the most out of their iPhone camera Phone, as your MacBook and MacBook Pro will automatically recognize your phone’s camera and let you use it as a webcam. Continuity Camera also lets you use features such as Desk View, which will enable the wide-angle camera to show your desk and your face while using Facetime, taking your calls to another level!


Apple has FINALLY added to the Weather App on the iPad, however if you need a calculator, you will need to use your iPhone or go old school with a real calculator!

Key features of macOS 13:

Stage Manager: Mac users now have a brand-new method for concentrating on a job while keeping other programs open and available. Our primary app is displayed front and center on the desktop with our other apps hidden to the side for easy access when needed by the Stage Manager. We can arrange our desktops for the best workflow by grouping similar apps and windows together.

Continuity Camera: By utilizing Continuity Camera, we can use an iPhone XR or later as a webcam for a Mac and benefit from the iPhone’s superior camera capabilities for crystal-clear video conversations. When the iPhone is brought close to the Mac, the camera on the device instantly activates. The iPhone can connect to the Mac wirelessly or via a connection.

Handoff expands to FaceTime: allowing us to take calls on the Mac and smoothly transfer them to the iPhone or the other way around. There are now undo and edit options for messages, as well as the ability to flag messages as unread, allowing users to correct mistakes or remember recently sent messages. There are new collaborative options, and deleted communications can be retrieved.

iCloud Shared Photo Library: The ability to choose up to five individuals who can each add photographs and videos and rapidly share them is now available when setting up an album in Photos.

Share Play works in Messages: In addition to FaceTime, the Messages app in macOS Ventura allows us to watch TV episodes and utilize other apps while conversing with others.

Reminders: Apple has improved Reminders with a number of new features in macOS Ventura. We will be able to pin a list and save lists to be used as templates, as well as view our reminders organized by time and date.

Gaming: According to Apple, all new Macs can run AAA games “with ease.” Game developers could benefit from advancements in Metal 3, Metal FX Upscaling, and Fast Resource Loading API.

Mail app: In macOS Ventura, the mail app has undergone a major update, and the search function is now more accurate and pertinent than ever.

Security: A new Rapid Security Response option for installing security upgrades without a system update and without even rebooting Macs has been introduced to keep them safer.

Safari: In macOS Monterey, Tab Groups were added, and in macOS Ventura, Shared Tab Groups are now available. A group of individuals can share a set of tabs using shared tab groups. Each time a new tab is added, the Tab Group is updated for everyone to see.

Air Pods: In macOS Monterey and earlier, users didn’t get to control much of the Air Pod’s settings, but that’s changing in Ventura

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