However, the rule still applies when it comes to a cost/benefit analysis. You’re saving money in the long run by having completely up-to-date software, a cloud system for collaboration, and every other tool under the sun that was never available before.
To a point, Chrismarle is correct. When I say to a point, in order to update your beta you are not allowed to skip versions so if you don’t have an official developer account you better be sure you stay up-to-date and find those beta copies as well as you can.
You will have to go from 7.0.1 —> 7.0.2 —> 7.0.3 or whatever. Cant go from 7.0 to 7.0.2, etc.