Apple updated the second beta of the upcoming iOS 16.6, iPadOS 16.6, and macOS Ventura 13.5 to public beta testers, allowing non-developers to test the software head to its official launch. The rollout has many bugs and fixes issues to stabilize the software system.
As per reports, the public beta comes days after Apple provided the second beta to developers. In the meanwhile, it is good to see that the developer listened to the customer feedback and fixed some issues in the recent interface.
With iOS 16.6, Apple is laying the groundwork for the launch of the previously announced iMessage contact verification feature. On the other hand, there are no other additional features and improvements.
How To Apply:
Interested, eligible iPhone customers can now go to the Settings app to register for Apple’s free beta testing program. The procedure is very simple. Once you open the app, go to General settings, select Software Update, tap on Beta Updates, and select the iOS 16 Public Beta option.
On the other hand, Using the System Preferences app, you can enroll for the macOS 13.5 Ventura update. After installing the appropriate profile from Apple’s Beta Software website, you can download the beta from the Software Update section of the System Preferences app.