Download: Beta 2 Of watchOS 9, tvOS 16, macOS 13 Ventura Released

Apple has today release a number of beta updates as it works to get the tvOS, watchOS, and macOS operating systems into a state where they can be made available to the public.

These early developer betas are often some of the most buggy, which means that you should definitely only install them if you’re ready for what that might entail. Only install these updates on machines and devices that are dedicated to testing.

macOS 13 Ventura

Apple’s macOS Ventura beta 2 release is now available for download by those who have the latest developer beta installed on their Macs. It’s too early to know what this particular beta includes, but the finished product will have a new multitasking system, dubbed Stage Manager, while Continuity Camera will allow people to use their iPhone as a webcam. Other improvements relate to Mail, Messages, and more.

watchOS 9

This second watchOS 9 beta is available to those who have the developer profile installed via the Watch app on a synced iPhone. It includes a handful of new watch faces and improvements to Workouts and more. Those looking to update to the new beta will also need to have their Apple Watch on charge and with at least 50% battery before the process will begin.

tvOS 16

Apple’s tvOS 16 update is now into its second beta and information on what this update will have to offer is sparce. Getting it up and running is a simple case of running the update on the Apple TV itself, so long as you’ve installed the profile via Xcode. In terms of improvements, we do know that Nintendo Joy-Cons and Pro Controllers are now supported, while the Apple TV app has added support for HDR10+, too.

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