Apple Releases Beta 3 of macOS Sequoia to Developers

After releasing iOS 18 beta 3 earlier this week, Apple is also rolling out macOS Sequoia beta 3 to developers. Today’s new developer beta comes as we get closer to the public beta, which will debut later this month.

The macOS Sequoia beta is currently available only to beta testers. The public beta is set to launch in July, then roll out to everyone later this fall.

The build number for today’s macOS Sequoia beta 3 is 24A5289g.

In addition to iPhone Mirroring, macOS Sequoia also includes a new window tiling feature, new features for Safari, a dedicated Passwords app, and more. Learn more about everything new in macOS Sequoia in our full, in-depth feature roundup.

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