Apple today seeded the fourth beta of macOS Ventura 13.4 to developers for testing purposes, with the beta coming a week after the launch of the third beta. Registered developers
Apple today seeded the fourth beta of macOS Ventura 13.4 to developers for testing purposes, with the beta coming a week after the launch of the third beta.


Registered developers can download the beta through the Apple Developer Center and after the appropriate profile is installed, with the betas available through the Software Update mechanism in System Settings.

macOS 13.4 adds the simplified beta installation method that was first introduced in iOS 16.4. With the update, developers and public beta testers enrolled in Apple's respective programs can toggle on beta updates from System Settings on the Mac, without the need to install a profile.

An Apple ID associated with either a public beta account or a developer account is required to turn on beta updates, which means that it is no longer possible to use a developer profile not associated with a developer account to install the developer betas.
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