macOS 13 Ventura beta 2 is now available to developers

macOS 13 Ventura beta 2 is finally available to developers. A couple of weeks into the first seed of this upcoming operating system for Mac, Apple is releasing a new developer build to continue testing what’s next for the company’s computers. That’s all new with it.

Today’s build is 22A5286j. In a few weeks, Apple plans to release the first public beta so that more testers can try out the operating system before it is released to the general public this fall. macOS 13 Ventura focuses on continuity features like the ability to start a FaceTime call on a Mac and seamlessly switch to an iPhone or iPad.

Another great addition to macOS 13 Ventura is the Stage Manager feature, which is not only available for the iPad but also helps users organize their workflows across apps and windows. For the first time in this operating system, two new standard applications appeared: Clock and Weather.

Collaboration is another big word in the macOS 13 Ventura ecosystem:

With messages, you can send invitations to collaborate so that all participants in the chain are automatically added to the spreadsheet of a document or project. Users will be able to view changes in real time, and developers will be able to integrate the collaboration capabilities of their applications with Message and FaceTime; With iCloud Share Photo Library, you can share your photo library with your family and give everyone equal rights to add, edit, favorite, caption, and delete photos.

Safari is also getting some love with its new collaboration features:

Shared tab groups allow you to share a set of tabs with friends. Everyone can add their own tabs and instantly see the tab group update as they collaborate.

Along with macOS 13 Ventura beta 2, Apple is releasing iOS 16 beta 2, iPadOS 16 beta 2, watchOS 9 beta 2, and tvOS 16 beta 2.

If you notice any changes in macOS 13 Ventura or other Apple beta releases today, please let us know in the comments below or at Twitter @. Keep an eye out for our full hands-on release review right here on if we find anything new.