macOS 13 Ventura Beta now available for Mac developers
If you’re enrolled in the Apple Developer Program, you can download and install macOS 13 Ventura on your compatible Mac computer now.
macOS 13 Ventura Beta is now available for download, try the new software on your compatible Mac
Today is an exciting day on the Apple front. We know what to expect from future software running on iPhone and iPad, but we also got a glimpse of future software for Mac. In short, if you’re a Mac user, there’s a ton of stuff here that will get you excited for a bunch of reasons and you can read it all by going here:
But, things automatically get super exciting when you learn that the first macOS 13 Ventura beta is now also available for download, as long as you’re a registered developer, of course. Sign up here if you aren’t already and it will cost you $99, keep that in mind.
You also need to make sure you have a compatible Mac with you in order to install the new macOS 13 Ventura beta. This is extremely important because the update will simply fail if your Mac is not officially supported by Apple. Check the list below and come back once everything has been confirmed:
Once confirmed and enrolled in the Apple Developer Program, this is the part where we tell you to save everything to a safe and secure location. You can either use an external drive, a home server or just drop your files to iCloud Drive. Any route that keeps your data secure is acceptable here.
With that being said, here’s what you need to do to download the new macOS 13 Ventura beta on your Mac.
Step 1. Log in to the Apple Developer Program website using your Mac.
Step 2. Now click on the Develop tab at the top.
Step 3. Now click Downloads.
Step 4. Here, just find macOS 13 Ventura and click on the Install profile side button.
Step 5. Once the profile is downloaded, install it and get the latest update by going to System Preferences > Software Update.
The update will be delivered to you over the air, which means it will be installed without changing your files and settings. But why backup data then? In case something goes wrong. We hope nothing will.