Monterey’s sixth beta is now available for developers. A version that arrives in the usual 15-day cycle between releases and that complements the arrival of the third beta of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15 and watchOS 8. An update focused on polishing the details for the official launch in the fall.
Monterey, closer to every beta
Following the release of the sixth beta of iOS, iPadOS and tvOS 15 and watchOS 8, Apple has released the sixth beta of macOS Monterey. In the case of a fourth beta, more than current, we hope that some small errors typical of the development of an operating system will be resolved.
The truth is, Monterey is the beta of a more stable operating system that I have tried, even in its first version. It is clear that Apple has done its homework and improved its internal processes to ensure that the software, even in development version, performs really well. Something that, all told, is surprising given the amount of news the operating system receives.
If we want to get into the beta cycle, we can do that by following these steps or creating a bootable system installer, but keep in mind that we are talking about development builds that have errors.
Already in the beta cycle we will find the update in the Settings app as an OTA update. During the first few hours, Apple servers may receive more demand than usual, so the wait time may be extended. In Applesfera we are already updating our devices and will update the article if any news appears.