Beta day in Cupertino. All the new Apple software this year that is still in the testing phase just got a new beta update for all developers. All of the company's devices have a new beta version of its software. Including Macs.
So barely an hour ago it was just released for all developers the fifth beta of macOS 13.0, baptized as MacOS Ventura. One more step that brings us closer to the official launch day for all users, still to be determined.
Apple just released an hour ago the fifth beta of the software for this year's Macs: macOS Ventura. a new version exclusively for developers. Within a few days, this same build will be released to all non-developer users who are signed up for Apple's public beta testing program.
A new beta that comes after the fourth, launched on July 27. Only 12 days have taken Apple Park engineers to polish the errors found in the fourth and launch this new one. The first beta was released on June 6 at the opening of the WWDC 2022. The second landed on June 22, and the third on July 6.
The company forecasts that the final version is released for the month of October, as has become customary in recent years. It will surely coincide with the last Apple event of this 2022. According to pointed yesterday Mark Gurman, Apple is already recording the virtual keynote for September, dedicated to the presentation of the new range of iPhone 14 and Apple Watch this year.
and there will be one keynote pending, possibly for October, dedicated to the new Macs and iPads. It will be then when macOS Ventura officially sees the light for all users who have a compatible Mac.