Apple has started pushing off the first beta of macOS 13.5 and watchOS 9.6 to developers. The company has recently pushed off the stable build of macOS 13.4 and watchOS 9.5 for its consumers. In the latest edition, the company is moving ahead with the development of new software products.
According to the information, the macOS 13.5 beta 1 is rolling out for Apple developers with the 22G5027e build number, whereas, the watchOS 9.6 beta is appearing with the 20U5527c version. While there is no information about the package size, keep at least 1-2GB of free space to store the firmware.
At this point, there are no inputs regarding what changes the next coming versions will add to Apple devices. However, a surety is that this firmware will come on board as a minor upgrade for the users with a few features and a handful of improvements.
How to Install – WatchOS 9.6
To install the update, developers have to download a configuration profile from the Apple Developer Center. After doing that, you can download the build via the Apple Watch app on the iPhone. Just click on General > Software Update. Make sure to have 50 percent of battery life to conduct the installation.
Apple macOS 13.5 update – Instructions
Registered developers can download the beta through the Apple Developer Center and after the appropriate profile is installed, with the betas available through the Software Update mechanism in System Settings.