The program allows Mac owners to download the most recent beta version of Apple’s desktop OS X before it is launched to the public. Once a user has signed up for the program, they can submit feedback on the OS X builds using Feedback Assistant, which sends the comments directly to Apple.
Join the OS X Beta Seed Program and accept the Beta Seed and Confidentiality Agreement. Apple will provide a Beta Access Utility for your Mac, which gives you access to pre-release versions of OS X in the Mac App Store Updates panel.
Users can apply to join the beta program on Apple’s Appleseed Beta website. Interested parties must have an Apple ID and must virtually sign a non-disclosure agreement. They also must have current Mac hardware that is capable of running Apple’s latest desktop OS. Hardware requirements include a Mac with OS X Mavericks 10.9 or higher already installed, 2 GB or more of memory and 8 GB or more of available space.
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