macOS 13.2 Beta Issues, Features, Bugs Fixed [Updating]
Last updated on January 10th, 2023 at 02:53 pmPosted in News by Tyrone on December 14, 2022
Apple has rolled out macOS 13.2 beta build number 22D5027d for Developers. Public Beta is available too! Here are the new features, known issues, bugs fixed as well as new problems!
macOS 13.2 Beta Issues
Known problems, as well as new bugs are tracked here, along with available workarounds:
- 1. Performance issues Mac acts overloaded in this beta version for Janet.
- 2. To be updated. (Contribute in the comments!)
macOS 13.2 Beta Features
Improvements added in this version are showcased here:
- 1. macOS 13.2 (a) Security Response released by Apple to test quick security updates.
- 2. macOS 13.2 (b) Rapid Security Response released by Apple as another quick security fix test.
- 3. To be updated. (Contribute in the comments!)
macOS 13.2 Beta Bugs Fixed
Older macOS Ventura issues that are solved in this update are mentioned below:
- To be updated! (Contribute in the comments!)
Fact: More info about known issues and bugs fixed are available in the Apple’s Developer release notes.
macOS 13.2 Beta Download
This update is available, over-the-air, in System Settings -> General -> Software Update for all Macs and MacBooks that are using the macOS Ventura Beta Software Profile.
Update: The rollout is also available for Public Beta testers! To get it you have to enroll with the Apple Beta Software Program platform.
Tip: Never installed a macOS beta on your device? Here is a step-by-step guide!
Have you updated macOS Ventura 13.2 beta on Mac? Help us with the changes and improvements that you noticed! What about bugs fixed or new problems? Share your feedback in the comments!
Related: Apple has also released iOS 16.3 beta (20D5024e) , iPadOS 16.3 beta (20D5024e), watchOS 9.3 beta (20S5626e) and tvOS 16.3 beta (20K5626c).
I have been experiencing horrible performance issues after the last Ventura Beta 13.2 update. After every click swirling ball and choppy issues where I can’t even use my computer. I have restarted at least 5 times and this is day 2.
Thanks for reporting. Sorry to hear this. Are you running an Intel-based or Apple Silicon based Mac?
I believe it’s an Intel based? It’s a new iMac 24” just purchased a year ago
If it’s Intel-based you can reset the SMC and see if it helps:
1. Shut down the computer.
2. Unplug the power cord and all peripherals.
3. Wait 15 seconds.
4. Attach the power cord.
5. Wait 5 seconds, then press the power button to turn on the computer.