Apple Releases Beta 1 Of macOS 13.2, tvOS 16.3, watchOS 9.3 To Developers

Apple has today released a slew of beta updates to developers including tvOS 16.3, macOS 13.2, and watchOS 9.3.

All of these updates are the initial betas while the same can be said about iPadOS 16.3 and iOS 16.3 — both now also available for download.

Those who have the correct profiles installed can now download these betas, with public betas also expected to be made available within the next few days assuming nothing goes wrong.

macOS Ventura 13.2 beta 1

Little is known about this beta right now but it arrives just a day after macOS Ventura 13.1 was released to the public. We aren’t expecting any huge changes, but those who have the correct developer beta profile installed can now download the update via the Software Update section of the System Preferences app.

tvOS 16.3 beta 1

Absolutely nothing is known about this beta and Apple doesn’t tend to do much with tvOS between its big annual releases. We can expect there to be bug fixes and improvements, but those hoping for new features will likely be left disappointed. Developers can install the beta now.

watchOS 9.3 beta 1

Again, it’s early days for watchOS 9.3 and we don’t have any indication of what is now available as part of this beta. That might change as more developers get chance to test it, however, and they can do that now so long as they have the correct profile installed. Assuming that’s covered, the update can be found in the Watch app on the iPhone it is paired to. The Apple Watch needs to be on its charger and have more than 50% of its battery available before the update will begin.

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