Apple is releasing the macOS 13.5 and watchOS 9.6 beta 4 updates for developers. After suitable feedback, the American tech giant will release this version to the general public in the form of the open testing phase. By that time, let’s explore the latest development and its changes.
As per the official inputs, the Apple macOS 13.5 and watchOS 9.6 beta 4 firmware are rolling out with the 22G5059d and 20U5559c build versions, respectively. Besides, we will recommend keeping a sufficient amount of storage space in your device to download the software package.
Talking about the changelog, the update doesn’t read any specific treatment for smart gadgets. Although, developers could find new improvements for the performance efficiency and optimizations related to the battery and security segments of the devices.
If you are carrying an Apple Watch then you can proceed with the download of the configuration profile from the Apple Developer Center. Once done, you can install the watchOS 9.6 beta 4 from the Apple Watch App on the iPhone. Make sure to have 50% of battery cells and pair the wearable with the phone.
Meanwhile, Mac owners can install the firmware through the same Apple Developer Center. Let’s see when the company will release a stable version of these updates to the general consumers.