Apple has released the update for macOS Ventura 13.4 to the public, in one of the last updates expected before WWDC.
The latest release follows after just two beta cycles, with the second beta issued on April 25. The relatively few betas is unusual, but for an update that is seemingly light on tangible content, it’s not out of the ordinary.
The build on the Ventura release is 22F66.
Alongside Thursday’s Ventura release, Apple also updated macOS Big Sur to 11.7.7 and macOS Monterey to 12.6.6.
How to update to the latest release of macOS
Devices update automatically within a day or two, depending on the user’s settings. Those who want to install the update sooner can do so manually.
To update macOS manually, open System Settings or System Preferences from the Apple menu, then click General followed by Software Update. If an update is available, follow the prompts.