Apple has just released the new macOS 13.3 beta only and exclusively for developers. So if you want to get hold of it, you must first be a developer and be enrolled in the program that Apple has specifically for them. Keep in mind that it is advisable that you are a developer or at least know what you are doing when you install it, because being a beta it is not exempt from bugs that could leave your terminal fried. Therefore, it is also recommended that it be installed in secondary terminals.
Following the public release of macOS 13.2.1 for Mac users earlier this week, Apple has released the first beta version of macOS Ventura 13.3 for developers. The update comes alongside iOS 16.4 beta, watchOS 9.4 beta, and tvOS 16.4 beta. It is not clear what changes with the update. Both macOS 13.2 and macOS 13.2.1 focused on fixing bugs and security holes. For example, macOS 13.2 brings about 20 security patches, while macOS 13.2.1 fixes an exploit found in WebKit that had been actively used by attackers.
But there are some features that the company may add with macOS Ventura 13.3. For example, Apple has yet to release Apple Pay Later and Apple Music Classical. Of course, we’ll only know for sure once we get our hands on the latest macOS beta. There is also a really annoying bug in notifications affecting macOS Ventura users.
Few changes as we have said. But if you are registered as a developer and you detect a change that you think we should know about and that the rest know about, you can let us know through the comments on this post. We will see, sure, as the days go by these novelties, if there are any, of course.