Apple has started rolling out the second beta of iOS 16.6 and macOS 13.5, now for public testers. This time, the tech maker has shown some immediate results in pushing off the latest beta builds among non-developers and general consumers.
The information reveals that Apple is releasing iOS 16.6 and macOS 13.5 second beta builds a few days after the developer rollout. While the firmware doesn’t highlight any major or significant changes for the iPhone and Mac devices.
However, you may discover some improvements in primary aspects of the handy gadgets. Further, performance efficiency, battery optimizations, and a few hidden tweaks could be a part of this beta firmware rollout.
How to Update – iOS 16.6 beta 2
Users who have already signed up for their accounts for the free Apple Beta Testing program can grab the latest software by visiting the Settings app. From here select the General tab and click on the Software Update section.
Once done, click on the Beta Updates tab and select the iOS 16 public beta option. Before heading towards the installation, make sure that this is a beta rollout and could accompany some unknown bugs and issues to your handset. You can identify the firmware with 20G5037d.
How to Update – macOS 13.5 beta 2
For your information, the second beta of macOS 13.5 appears with the 22G5027e version. Ahead, you can download this build from the System Preferences app followed by the Software Update section.