Apple has today seeded the first macOS Monterey 12.5 beta to developers, giving them the chance to install the beta release and test it against their own apps.
Those who have the correct developer beta profile installed can download the new update right now via the internet and the System Preferences app. This new release comes just two days after Apple released macOS 12.4 to the world following its own lengthy beta process.
It’s currently too early to tell whether there are any big changes in this latest macOS Monterey update and we’re already expecting Apple to share more information about the next big version of macOS next month.
WWDC22 will kick off on June 6 with Apple set to share information about the new software updates that will be made available later in the year.
There is currently no indication of when we can expect macOS 12.5 to be made available to everyone, but given the beta process we saw with macOS 12.4 it is likely to be a number of weeks before this update is ready for primetime.
Apple will likely make a macOS 12.5 public beta release available within the next few days, assuming there are no big issues discovered by developers who get the update installed before then.
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