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macOS Monterey is accessible in open beta. How to install it?

by Joseph Richard
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Disclosed at WWDC 2021, the following rendition of macOS is presently downloadable in its beta form. The complete document is expected before the year’s over.

In this article, we will see together the various strides to introduce the public beta of macOS Monterey securely on its machine. Remember that this is certifiably not a steady form of the working operating system, and bugs may happen.

Is your Mac viable?

Here is the rundown of Macs that will want to run macOS Monterey :

  • iMac (Late 2015 and later)
  • iMac Pro (2017 and later)
  • Macintosh Pro (Late 2013 and later)
  • Macintosh Mini (Late 2015 and later)
  • MacBook Pro (Early 2015 and later)
  • MacBook Air (Early 2015 and later)
  • MacBook (Early 2016 and later)

How to install macOS Monterey beta?

Make a backup of your Mac before installation

Since beta is by definition not steady, it is energetically prescribed to make a support of your machine before beginning the installation. For this, Apple offers a coordinated arrangement called Time Machine.

The installation process

Installing macOS Monterey is relatively simple. Still, make sure you have about 20 GB of free space on your main drive to accommodate the update.

Visit Apple’s beta portal for its operating systems.

Log in and register for the public beta access program.

Click macOS in the middle of the page.

Then click Enroll your Mac in the first paragraph.

Then you will find a button that says Download the macOS public beta access utility. File .dmg should download by clicking on it.

Install the utility and go to System Preferences and then Software Update. Click Upgrade Now.

A download should launch. All you have to do is follow the steps, and voila!

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