Apple today released the third public beta of an upcoming macOS Sonoma 14.3 update, allowing non-developers to test the software before its release. The third public beta comes a week after the second public beta.

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Beta testers can sign up through the Software Update section of the System Settings app. Under Beta Updates, simply activate the Sonoma Public Beta. Please note that you must register to participate in Apple beta testing website.

‌macOS Sonoma‌ 14.3 includes support for collaborative playlists in Apple Music, allowing ‌Apple Music‌ subscribers to create playlists with others. When creating a new playlist or selecting an existing playlist, there is a person-shaped icon that can be tapped to activate collaboration.

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Enabling collaboration provides a link that can be shared with others, and anyone with the link can contribute to the playlist and listen to the songs. The person who started the playlist can choose to approve those who want to join or open it to everyone. Anyone with the link to a playlist can add music, although the owner can turn off collaboration at any time or remove people.

‌macOS Sonoma‌ 14.3 is expected to launch later in January.

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