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Apple has announced today the release of macOS Ventura 13.3, which marks the third major update to the operating system since its initial release in October of last year. The new update includes a host of features and bug fixes, including new emoji characters, improvements to photo management, and accessibility enhancements.
One of the most significant additions to macOS Ventura 13.3 is the inclusion of 21 new emoji characters. These include animals like donkeys, moose, blackbirds, and geese, as well as a variety of heart colors and hand gestures. These new emoji characters are sure to add a bit of fun and personality to user communications.
Another new feature included in macOS Ventura 13.3 is the ability to automatically remove the background from images. The Freeform tool can now isolate the subject of an image, making it easier to create collages or graphics without having to manually remove the background.
Users who rely on iCloud Shared Photo Libraries will appreciate the improved duplicate detection algorithm in macOS Ventura 13.3. The new algorithm can now detect duplicate photos and videos, making it easier to manage and organize large photo libraries.
Accessibility has also been a focus of the new update, with new features aimed at making the operating system more user-friendly for individuals with certain disabilities. For example, a new setting allows the system to automatically dim video when flashes of light or strobe effects are detected. Additionally, VoiceOver now supports maps in the Weather app, making it easier for visually impaired users to access important weather information.
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Of course, macOS Ventura 13.3 also includes a number of bug fixes and performance improvements. For example, a previous issue that could cause Trackpad gestures to stop working has been resolved, and VoiceOver is no longer unresponsive after using Finder.