macOS 13 Ventura drops support for a jaw-dropping amount of Intel-powered Mac laptops and desktops. When Apple execs marched on stage at WWDC 2022 to present macOS 13 Ventura, they were eager to demo a number of helpful productivity and continuity changes coming to the Mac later this year.
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Live Captions is only available on Macs with Apple silicon and iOS devices, like the iPhone 11 and later. It lets deaf and hard-of-hearing people read what’s being said in social media apps and video-conferencing calls, like FaceTime.
The feature uses the machine-learning cores in the neural engine found in the A12 Bionic chip and later, as well as the M-series chips, to automatically transcribe captions based on what is being said in real-time.
Emoji support for Dictation
Last but not least, macOS Ventura omits support for a new voice dictation mode enabling Apple silicon Mac users with the ability to auto-punctuate text and add emojis while speaking.
Apple has stated that emoji support for the new dictation system will only be available on Macs with M-series processors.
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