Yesterday we explained that Apple had just launched the Release Candidate version of macOS Ventura 13.1. for developers. That means that surely, if there are no mishaps, said update will be available to all users next week.
And there is a novelty that is not very important and that nobody has mentioned. With macOS Ventura 13.1 you can make your AirTags ring from the Mac. It is worth that in case you need your tracker to sound, you will do it from your iPhone, but hey, it does not hurt that you can also do it from your Apple computer. You never know…
One of the improvements that the new version of macOS Ventura 13.1 is the ability to ring any of your AirTags. A new “minor” function but one that needs to be explained. You may have to use it sometime, and it doesn’t hurt to know that it exists.
Until now, if you have lost your AirTag at home or at the office, the only way to make it ring to locate it is through the “Find” application that integrates iOS Y iPadOS on both iPhone and iPad. Well, with macOS 13.1, it can also be done from a Mac updated to said new version.
Many users are waiting for the new version of macOS mainly to test and work with the new application. free form. With it, you will be able to create and capture on your iPhone, iPad and Mac any idea or project that comes to mind, and you will be able to develop it and work on it in real time with other users through freeform.
But there are other “minor” novelties that are also included in the new version of macOS, such as being able to interact with a AirTag from your Mac.
So, most likely, we will be able to do it next week, if we take into account that Apple has already released the version Release Candidate from macOS 13.1. If there are no last-minute setbacks, this same RC version will be the final one and Apple will not take long to release it for all users who own a Mac compatible with macOS Ventura.