Apple seeds macOS Ventura beta 2 to developers

Apple has released the first macOS Ventura beta 2 to developers. The update, announced at WWDC 2022 by Apple, contains new features including Stage Manager for improved multitasking, gaming improvements, enhanced continuity features, and updates to Safari, Mail, Spotlight, Messages, and more.

macOS Ventura beta

What’s new in macOS Ventura beta?

Beta 2

June 22 – Apple has released macOS Ventura beta 2 to developers.

Beta 1

June 6 – Apple has released the first developer beta for macOS Ventura. The detailed release notes are available here.

Note that this is the first beta and there are around 17 known issues listed in the release notes. So keep this in mind before installing it on a daily driver.

Supported Macs

The following Macs are compatible with this software update.

  • MacBook Air (early 2015 and later)
  • MacBook Pro (early 2015 and later)
  • MacBook (early 2016 and later)
  • iMac (later 2015 and later)
  • iMac Pro (2017 and later)
  • Mac mini (late 2014 and later)
  • Mac Pro (late 2013 and later)

A number of Macs that were previously compatible with macOS Monterey have been dropped from the macOS Ventura compatibility list so make sure to check if your Mac is still supported. 


Note that macOS Ventura is currently a developer beta which means that it may have stability issues and other bugs.

macOS Ventura can be installed by developers who have registered with Apple Developer Center. A beta disk utility will be available from the Download Center which can be used to enroll a Mac in Apple’s beta program. This will allow the Mac to receive the developer beta updates. Note that Apple Developer Center membership costs $99/year. You can find ways to enroll your Mac into Apple’s developer beta program for free, but we do not recommend it.

If you are an enthusiast but not a developer, we suggest that you wait for the public beta. macOS Ventura will be available as a public beta from next month. Apple’s public beta software program is free for all users, and the releases are generally more stable than developer beta updates.

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