Apple recently released the macOS Ventura 13.5 beta to developers. It is expected to be the final beta before the Worldwide Developers Conference on June 5. The previous version, Ventura 13.4, was made available to the general public. It included a new Sports feed for Apple News, bug fixes, and security updates.
The specific features of the 13.5 beta are not yet known as Apple has not provided release notes. However, it is anticipated that there will be few new features since Apple is focusing on the upcoming release of macOS 14 later this year.
For those interested in installing the beta, the macOS 13.5 public beta is expected to be released shortly after the developer beta. Apple has changed the beta process to be tied to Apple IDs rather than individual machine profiles. To join the program, visit the Apple Beta page, sign up or register with your Apple ID, enroll your Mac under the macOS tab, go to Software Update in System Settings, select macOS 13 Public Beta in the Beta Updates tab, install the update, and restart your Mac.
Source: Mac World