Apple Releases macOS 13 Ventura Beta 6 To Developers

Apple has today released the sixth macOS 13 Ventura beta to developers, marking the latest in a line of betas that will take us to an official release in October.

The update is now available for those who have the correct developer beta profile installed and comes more than two weeks after the fifth beta was made available to the same group.

Apple announced macOS 13 Ventura during its WWDC22 opening keynote on June 7 and has been releasing betas ever since. The update is a big one, adding a new multitasking system in Stage Manager — the same as the feature that is also coming to iPadOS 16, as well as improvements to FaceTime, Mail, and more.

The macOS 13 Ventura update is being developed alongside other Apple software updates that will include the aforementioned iPadOS 16, iOS 16, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16. All of those updates, bar the iPadOS 16 one, will be made available in September.

It’s thought that iPadOS 16 was originally planned for a September release, but was delayed due to issues with Stage Manager.

September is already shaping up to be a busy month for Apple. It has new iPhones set to be released, while three new Apple Watches are also on the horizon. Reports suggest that new iPads and Macs could also be announced before the end of the year, too.

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