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macOS Ventura 13.4 beta 1 now available to developers

Following yesterday’s round of public software updates, Apple is releasing new betas for developers today. As part of this, macOS Ventura 13.4 is now rolling out to registered developers over the air.

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If you already have your Mac enrolled in the Apple Developer program, all you need to do is go to the Software Update menu within the System Settings app to install macOS Ventura 13.4 beta 1. The update will gradually roll out over the air over the next hour. The build number is 22F5027f.

There’s no word on what’s new in macOS 13.4 just yet, and we’re still waiting for the update to download and install so we can dive in. Yesterday’s release of macOS 13.3 brought new emoji, a range of bug fixes and security improvements, and more.

Currently, macOS 13.4 is only available to registered developers. We expect a public beta to be released as soon as sometime later this week or next week.

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