macOS 14.3, the latest version of Apple’s operating system for Mac, has been released in its final version (build 23D56). This release follows several beta versions and a release candidate, bringing new features and improvements to users.
One notable addition in macOS 14.3 is the introduction of collaborative playlists in Apple Music. Users can now create or select playlists and enable collaboration by clicking on an icon resembling a person. This activates a link that allows anyone to add a song to the playlist. The creator of the collaborative playlist has the option to approve individuals requesting to add songs, although this feature is not enabled by default. While anyone with a link to the playlist can contribute music, the owner has the flexibility to disable collaboration or remove participants at any time.
Furthermore, macOS 14.3 introduces updates related to AppleCare and emojis.
To download macOS 14.3, users can navigate to System Preferences > General > Software Update.
Key features and improvements in macOS 14.3 include:
Apple Music Playlist Collaboration:
Users can invite friends to join their playlists, enabling everyone to add, rearrange, and remove songs.
Emoji reactions can be added to any track in a collaborative playlist within Apple Music.
AppleCare & Warranty Section:
The AppleCare & Warranty section in Settings now provides information about coverage for all devices connected with the user’s Apple ID.
This macOS update aims to enhance the user experience with improvements to Apple Music functionality, bug fixes, and security updates for Mac. Users are encouraged to explore the new features and enhancements offered by macOS 14.3.
For those interested in upgrading to macOS 14.3, the update can be accessed through System Preferences, specifically in the General tab under Software Update.
Stay informed and enjoy the latest features by keeping your Mac up-to-date with macOS 14.3.