Apple releases macOS Ventura’s sixth beta for developers


Apple’s macOS Ventura version 13.0 beta’s sixth release is now available to development testers.

For those signed up for the test program, the most recent betas can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center, or through an over-the-air update on gear running the beta software. Public betas often become available via the Apple Beta Software Program website a few days after developer versions.

The fifth beta, which was released on August 8, is replaced by the sixth. The fourth beta was previously released by Apple on July 27.

On July 6, the third developer beta was released. The first developer beta was released after the WWDC keynote on June 6, and the second was released on June 22.

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This fall, in addition to other operating system releases, will see the release of the final public version.

Since there is a remote chance of data loss or other problems, Apple itself strongly advises customers not to install the betas on “mission-critical” or “primary” devices. Instead, beta testers should set up test versions on extra or non-critical devices and wait until there are enough backups of crucial data before updating.

Some of the new features that will be included in macOS Ventura include: Live Captions for video; updates to the Finder and System Settings; enhancements to Spotlight; Continuity Camera; Passkeys; adjustments to Messages and Safari; as well as a pair of photo improvements.

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