Apple today released the second beta of watchOS 9.5, tvOS 16.5, and macOS 13.4 to developers, allowing them to test their apps against the new software.
Although Apple hasn’t confirmed it yet, we expect the watchOS 9.5, tvOS 16.5 and macOS 13.4 updates to be released to the public in the next few weeks.
This beta allows developers to ensure that their apps and services work as expected once they happen. We expect the public beta program to also receive this new release in a few days.
The new betas of watchOS 9.5, tvOS 16.5, and macOS 13.4 mean Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac developers now have the latest betas to test and notify Apple of any issues they discover.
It’s still early days for watchOS 9.5, tvOS 16.5, and macOS 13.4, and we’re yet to encounter any major new changes, especially in this second round of betas.
The three updates available for download include:
- macOS Ventura 13.4 Beta 2 with build number 22F5037d
- watchOS 9.5 beta 2 with build number 20T5538d
- tvOS 16.5 beta 2 with build number 20L5538d
Registered developers can download new updates now, and we’d always recommend that they be installed only on devices dedicated to development, rather than anything mission-critical. Apple works to make sure these updates aren’t riddled with bugs, but that doesn’t mean it’s always successful in doing so.
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