Download macOS 15 Sequoia Beta 1 For Your Mac Right Now

After months of rumors Apple has now finally announced macOS 15 Sequoia, and you can download it on your own Mac right now. Here are all the details that you need to know in terms of doing that.

The macOS 15 Sequoia update was announced as part of the WWDC event on June 10 and while an initial developer beta is now available, we won’t see a public release until the coming fall — likely in September.

Developers can now install the beta update in order to test it and report any bugs and issues to Apple and they can also test their own apps against the latest update, too. The developer beta requires that the correct developer Apple ID be signed in, and the new update is also compatible with a raft of Macs, too.

Registered developers can now download the macOS 15 Sequoia beta by heading to and following the steps outlined there. Once you’re up and running you can then install the future macOS 15 betas following the usual update process using the System Settings app.

Apple has also made iOS 18, iPadOS 18, tvOS 18, visionOS 2 and watchOS 11 available for download in their own developer beta forms, too.

Remember that this beta should only be installed on Macs that are used for software development and that bugs and issues should be expected until the final release is ready for the public later this year.

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