macOS 13 Ventura

MacOS 13 Ventura lacks four capabilities that are frustratingly inaccessible to Intel-powered Macs

Many Mac users will be unable to upgrade to the next major version of the operating system when macOS Ventura is released this fall.

Using the Sidecar functionality that introduced in 2019 with macOS Catalina, Mac users running macOS Ventura can use their M1-equipped 12.9-inch iPad Pro as a wireless reference monitor on their own.

Macs powered by Apple’s native M2 or M1 SoCs are not compatible with this functionality, which allows colour grading and other media editors to benefit from the accuracy and contrast ratio of the mini-LED display on the iPad Pro’s latest model.

Uses machine learning cores in the A12 Bionic chip and M-series chips to automatically transcribe spoken content into captions while the user is listening

Apple has made it clear that the new dictation technology would only allow emoji on Macs with M-series CPUs as confirmed by the company itself.

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