Apple has today released the first macOS Ventura 13.4, watchOS 9.5, and tvOS 16.5 betas to developers. The releases come just a day after the previous beta program ended and macOS Ventura 13.3, watchOS 9.4, and tvOS 16.4 were all made available to the public.
These new betas are all available to developers now, with a public beta likely to arrive within a day or so.
macOS Ventura 13.4
The new macOS update can be downloaded through the Apple Developer Center and via the Software Update area of the System Settings app. It’s too early to know if there is anything new in this release yet, but time will tell.
The watchOS 9.5 update can be installed by anyone who has the correct developer profile installed on their Apple Watch. The update will be available via the Watch app on the iPhone, but again it’s too early to know what Apple has changed in this update.
The new tvOS 16.5 beta is available to those who have installed their developer profile via the Xcode app on a Mac. Apple is unlikely to say what is new in this beta and is often quite coy about changes to the Apple TV software. This update is likely to be no different, but big changes are rare for the tvOS updates anyway.
There’s no telling when all of these releases will roll out to the public at large, but we can expect a handful of betas over the coming weeks before that happens.
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