Only bug fixes are included in the fourth public beta for macOS Monterey, which is now available to testers.
All users who want to check out the software can participate in the public beta testing program. The Apple Beta Software Program may be used to obtain public builds, which come a short time after their development counterparts.
In July, Apple released the public beta of macOS Monterey. The second and third public betas were published shortly after the third and fourth development betas, respectively.
Universal Control, Shortcuts, Quick Note, AirPlay to Mac, Focus, and other app-specific improvements are among the features that will be included in macOS Monterey. SharePlay for iMessage, Safari tab organization, Live Text support for Photos, new grid views, and Spatial Audio for FaceTime are among the new features.
There don’t appear to be any user-facing features in the current beta. In the release notes, there are only a few bug fixes stated.
Due to the risk of data loss or other difficulties, Apple strongly advises customers to avoid installing betas on “mission-critical” or main devices. Instead, it is suggested that betas be installed on secondary or non-essential devices, and that adequate backups of vital data be made before making any substantial modifications.