B-Day at Apple Park. No, there is no Apple device that begins with the letter B. It is simply the day of new betas for almost all the company’s software. Barely an hour ago, they were released the fourth betas of iOS 16, iPadOS 16, tvOS 16 and macOS Ventura.
So more work for all those developers of applications for Apple devices who are dedicated to testing the preliminary beta phases of all the software for the different devices of the company. One more step that brings all users closer to being able to update our devices to those long-awaited final versions. Patience that everything will come.
The guys from Cupertino just released the fourth betas of this year’s new software for most Apple devices barely an hour ago. This means that they have released the fourth betas of iOS 16, iPad OS 16, tvOS 16 Y macOS Ventura.
Thus, developers can now test the fourth beta versions on their iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Macs dedicated to this purpose. It seems that the Apple Watch have been left out of the list of new test updates.
These new fourth betas have arrived three weeks after the third. More than enough time to be able to correct all those errors that have been appearing. Bugs that are polished beta after beta until there are none left, and finally they can release the version Release Candidateprior to the final version that all users can install.
From here we always advise the same. Although all the test software that Apple releases is usually very stable, there is always the risk that a bug could brick the device. So even if you can access a public beta, for example, we advise do not install it on a parent device that you normally use to work. You can have some fatal error and lose all your data. Developers know this, and use devices they already own to do all kinds of testing.