Apple releases sixth beta of macOS Ventura for developers


It's not long before it's launched on the market and all users can enjoy the new operating system for Macs. But for now, the versions that are being released of macOS Ventura are currently in the beta phase. Right now we are in the sixth version of these tests to be launched and only accessible to developers who have previously signed up for the same program that Apple has. A sixth beta that at the moment, does not contribute anything new especially.

Apple has launched what is the sixth beta of macOS Ventura or macOS 13, which will be the next operating system that Macs mount. Initially, it was expected to be launched at the same event as the iPhone, but it seems that it will not be. Macs will have a special place in October. So it seems that there are still a few editions of Betas until the final version is released and ready for all audiences.

Developers who are registered in the program that Apple has for this purpose, will be able to download from the enabled page, the new version of the beta with which they will be able to adjust their applications and put them in tune with the operating system.

This sixth beta appears two weeks after the previous edition, an average time that Apple usually meets. If we take into account that the event where macOS Ventura will be presented will be in October, we still have at least two more versions before being able to speak of almost definitive versions.

Let's remember that macOS Ventura will bring important new features to Macs, such as Internship Manager or the possibility of use an iPhone as a Webcam. You may be willing to try these features, but it is advisable not to install beta versions if you do not know where you are going, much less if you are going to do it on main machines. That can endanger your Mac and things are not going to break computers.

In this version there are no noteworthy novelties, apart from the stability improvements and bug fixes. We will have to continue to be patient and let the developers and Apple do their job.

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