Apple's WWDC 2022 keynote is over and we've seen previews of iOS 16, watchOS 9 and more, with public betas scheduled to arrive in July.
Still, with iPadOS 16 finally bringing support for external displays and iOS 16 with fully customizable lock screens, (*13*) Ventura has brought the best of both worlds in terms of functionality.
With that in mind, we've checked out which Macs will work with the Ventura when it launches in late 2022.
What Macs are compatible with Ventura?
Apple confirmed during the keynote that (*13*) 13 Ventura is coming "this fall," with a public beta in July, where you can test the update before it's released to everyone.
Well that version ait nécessité l'amortissement de plus de Mac lors de la mise à niveau vers la dernière mise à jour de (*13*), Ventura semble se forcecer beaucoup plus la main cette année, les Mac aussi récents que 2018 étant autorisés à se mettre a day. This is a significant change from (*13*) Monterey, which could run on Mac starting in 2015.
Ventura will only be available for Macs released from 2017 onwards, including:
What about people using Macs as of 2016?
Those of you still happily using your Mac from 2016 or earlier will miss out on the update coming later in 2022, but you'll still be able to use your Mac normally.
However, you may notice that some of your favorite applications are no longer compatible with your old operating system (*13*). You may not notice a change right away, but third-party apps may prompt you to switch to Ventura if you want to use them.
You could also be at a higher risk of experiencing a security breach. Hackers have had more time to figure out how to crack older hardware and software, using workarounds that are likely to be fixed in the latest updates.