MacOS Ventura beta 10 has been released to users enrolled in the beta testing programs for MacOS system software.
MacOS Ventura includes a variety of new features and changes, including a new multitasking interface called Stage Manager, Handoff support for FaceTime calls, the ability to use an iPhone as a webcam via Continuity Camera, functions to schedule the sending of emails, unsending email capabilities, functions to edit and unsend Messages sent via iMessage, Safari Tab Groups, Weather app, Clock app, and a redesigned System Preferences that looks like it was pasted over from an iPhone, and many more smaller changes.
Active participants running macOS Ventura beta can find macOS Ventura beta 10 available to download now via System Settings > Software Update, accessible in Ventura by going to Apple menu > System Settings > Software Update.
Beta system software is intended for advanced users, but technically anyone can install macOS Ventura public beta on a Mac if they’re feeling adventurous, as long as the Mac supports macOS Ventura.
Apple has said the final version of macOS Ventura 13 will be released in October for all Mac users.
The latest stable build of macOS is currently macOS Monterey 12.6.