Weekly News Summary for Admins — 2022-07-15

macOS Ventura and iOS 16 went public beta this week. We also got a release candidate for macOS 12.5 and iOS 15.6. Just is case you were wondering if it was time to relax yet.

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Talking about time to relax: this will be the last news summary before the summer break. The Scripting OS X News Summary will return on August 26, just in time for the last phase of the iOS 16 and macOS 13 beta phase.

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News and Opinion

macOS Ventura and iOS 16

Social Media

  • Mr. Macintosh: “This means that if you have macOS systems running 12.2.1 and lower, you will still need the full installer to upgrade to Ventura. If you have Macs running 12.3 and newer, you can upgrade to Ventura with the new faster & smaller delta upgrade.”

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