At this time of year, when the forthcoming version of macOS is made available in beta versions, many users want to try it out. If you’re a developer, you need to test your software to make sure it’s compatible with the next version of macOS. Apple gives you plenty of time to do this. The first beta of macOS Ventura was released in early June, and the official release will not occur until the fall.
Even if you’re not a developer, you may want to try out the public beta and play around with the new features. Apple allows non-developers to run these betas through its public beta program so they can get feedback from more users.
But you don’t want to run beta operating system software on a production machine; your data could be at risk. In this article, I’m going to explain how you can add a new APFS volume to your Mac, so you can boot into the beta version of macOS Ventura and try it out.
Read the rest of the article on The Mac Security Blog.