There was a time when people used to use their landline connection to access the internet using dial-up modem setup. Dial-ups weren’t exactly that lightning fast when comes to internet speed, but that was probably the only way to use the internet.
Well, technology has come a long way since then and our ways to access the internet has change a lot. It looks like Apple is also making some changes in that department. Now, if you’ve ever tried to set up a dial-up connection on a Mac device, you’ll know that there used to be an extensive guide on that.
9to5Mac has reported that Apple has removed the dail-up guide from the latest beta. The website has confirmed that they were a part of macOS Ventura Beta 3, which is now missing from the beta 4 update.
To note, Apple has already discontinued the Mac’s built-in modem. However, users still has the option to buy a third-party modem and use it with their Macs. Also, the guides removed from the macOS Ventura beta 4 is still available on their support website, in case anyone wants help setting up an internal or external modem.
Meanwhile, macOS Ventura beta 4 update does not bring any major changes or new feature over the beta 3 update. However, it does includes several bug fixes, stability improvements and more.
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