Speaking of the new builds we have iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 with the 20C5032e, watchOS 9.2 with the 20S5331e and macOS Ventura 13.1 with the version 22C5033e.
Unfortunately Apple does not detail the changes in these versions, but it is expected that they will include some functions announced by Apple at WWDC22 such as new SharePlay and Stage Manager support on iPad Pro with M1 and M2 chips.
The next versions are also expected to bring support for the Freeform iPad app and Satellite Emergency SOS to the iPhone 14 range, allowing users to call for help in regions where there is no carrier and WiFi signal.
We expect iOS 16.2 to also include fixes for bugs found in apps like Find, social, dating and shopping others that use Apple Pay.
To install the new versions, just be logged in with your developer account on the device and go to the Settings > System Update menu on iPhone, iPad or via Finder on macOS.