The release date of macOS Ventura is approaching, but there are still a number of adjustments to be made to the operating system. That’s what betas are for. Both for developers and the general public. It is true that in principle it is only intended for developers, but at a certain point, the betas are also accessible to the general public. In fact, we have already been in that phase for a long time. Apple just released the sixth public beta of macOS Ventura. Less is left.
Rumors indicate that in October there will be a new Apple event where it will unveil the new Mac and iPad. But above all, it will release the new operating systems. Both macOS Ventura and iPadOS 16 will be seen on that day (we don’t know when, only the month is known). macOS Ventura promises a lot and being able to test its features before anyone else always draws attention. But you have to swim carefully because we are talking about software in development and therefore it can suffer some type of error. That is why we believe that You should only install this new Beta if you know what you are doing and above all, do not install it on a main computer.
This sixth version of macOS Ventura is more stable than the previous ones and includes few new features, unless they have been detected so far. Improvements and bug fixes but at the height we are, few news can surprise us. If you want to try the beta without being a developer, this is your chance. Public beta testers can download the macOS 13 Ventura update from the Software Update section of the System Preferences app after installing the appropriate profile from Apple’s beta software website. But remember what was said above.