This week is really productive for Apple users and developers. In this case, the Cupertino company launched the versions a few minutes ago beta 10 for developers of macOS Monterey, beta four of tvOS 15.1, the fourth version also of the beta of watchOS 8.1 and the respective versions of iOS and iPadOS 15.1.
So after the announcement of the event of the new MacBook Pro that may be presented next Monday, October 18, the company continues to launch beta versions of macOS Monterey reaching for the first time in the entire history of the company a beta 10 version.
Logically these beta versions do not add many changes compared to the previous versions. Most of the changes refer to improve system stability and security. These new versions are already in the hands of the developers so if any notable news appears we will share it with all of you here.
Remember that soon we will have the beta versions for users who do not have a developer account, the public beta versions. In this sense, it is not worth installing the versions for developers, it is better to wait for the public versions to carry out the installation. Secondly they are still beta versions, so they may contain bugs or errors that impair the user experience. We recommend not installing these beta versions on regular work machines to avoid possible problems.