Apple’s macOS 13 could get a big update to one of its most important apps
Apple could be about to upgrade one of the most important Mac apps when macOS 13 is announced during next week’s big WWDC conference, according to a new report.
Writing for Bloomberg’s Power On newsletter, Mark Gurman says Apple is preparing to revamp the macOS 13 Settings app to make it more reflective of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. This means we can expect new options for application. , making it easier for people to have granular control over what individual applications can do.
[…] Mac will get some redesigned apps and a much-needed revision of system preferences to make them more in line with iOS settings. This includes organizing the settings by application.
The Mac Settings app has undergone minor tweaks in recent macOS revisions, but it seems increasingly likely that we should expect this upcoming release to change things further. Apple is expected to announce the successor to macOS Monterey during a June 6 broadcast that will also mark the start of this year’s WWDC22 event.
During this same stream, we expect Apple to announce iOS 16, an update that could add support for an ever-active lock screen in preparation for the big announcement of the iPhone 14 later this year. It was rumored that Apple’s current best iPhone, the iPhone 13 Pro, had the same function last year, but in the end it didn’t.