MacOS Monterey 12.5’s fourth beta has been seeded to developers by Apple


The fourth beta copy of Apple’s next MacOS Monterey 12.5 software upgrade has been seeded to developers around two weeks after the previous beta was made available for testing purposes.

The latest release for the Apple Developer Beta program may now be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center. In the next few days, Apple’s Beta Software Program will release a public build that may be downloaded from the site.

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About two weeks after Apple seeded the third beta of macOS Monterey 12.5, the fourth beta is out. Bug fixes and performance enhancements appear to be the primary emphasis of the macOS 12.5 release, which makes no visible changes to the interface.

Apple is simultaneously releasing beta versions of its next macOS Ventura software update in tandem with macOS Monterey 12.5. This release is currently in its second developer beta, and public test builds are due later in the summer.

AppleInsider and Apple highly urge customers not to install beta software on “mission-critical” or primary devices due to the very small risk of data loss or other difficulties. Testers should instead use non-essential devices to install betas and make sure that sufficient copies of crucial data have been made before attempting to update any of these devices.

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