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Now that Apple has launched the macOS 13 Ventura public beta, let’s walk through what you need to know and do to get in on the fun.
Right on schedule, Apple has seeded the first macOS 13 Ventura public beta. Now anyone can register and test out the new features.
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After the end of the WWDC keynote Monday, Apple seeded macOS 13 Ventura Developer Beta 1. Registered developers can begin testing the new OS.