Apple has released macOS 12.2 beta 1 to developers

Apple has released the first beta of the upcoming macOS 12.2 to registered developers. The update comes a few days after the public release of macOS 12.1. macOS Monterey brings a lot of new features and improvements to the table. However, it’s not as major as Big Sur. The stable build released earlier this week enables SharePlay, Apple Music Voice Plan, and more. It’s still unclear what’s new in the first beta of 12.2, but we will update you once we discover any new changes.

9to5Mac reports that Apple has also released a beta version of macOS Big Sur 11.6.3. The update most likely includes security patches and other bug fixes. To update to the latest developer beta, you have to install the macOS beta profile from Apple’s developer website. A developer account costs $99 per year and will grant you access to all developer beta profiles across Apple’s operating systems.
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