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macOS 12 Monterey superguide: 12.3 beta 4 now available for developers

The latest version of the Mac operating system is called macOS Monterey. Version 12 was released at WWDC21 and is now available to the public. Don’t worry, I checked, pdf scanner app android and other apps are still available. So get news about:

macOS Monterey: 12.3 Beta

Available to Developers

Apple has released the 12.3 Beta to developers. Developers can read the release notes on Apple's developer site. 12.3 Beta 3 includes support for Universal Control, which lets you use a single mouse and keyboard between your Mac and iPad. Universal Control was announced at WWDC21 and pushed back to spring. You'll also need to install iOS 15. If you want to try it out, install the public beta on your iPad. Learn how to sign up for Apple's public beta program.

macOS Monterey: Update 12.2.1 is now available

Apple released macOS Monterey 12.2.1 on Thursday. Includes fixes for Intel MacBook battery consumption issues and security fixes for WebKit. Learn more about macOS Monterey 12.2.1 and how to install it.

macOS Monterey: Install Update

This update is free and requires an Internet connection. The installation will take a few minutes (an estimated 30 minutes) and your Mac will need to restart. Here are the installation steps:

Open System Preferences From the Apple menu

Click Software Update.

Your Mac checks for available updates. If so, the Install button will appear. Click it and your Mac will start downloading the update. The installation will then begin.

macOS Monterey: Should you wait to upgrade to macOS Big Sur or another older version?

It is easily drawn into the excitement of the new operating system. But waiting can be a wise decision. We have an article that explains why you should upgrade now and why you should wait.

macOS Monterey: All New Features

The macOS Monterey operating system update includes many new features, design changes, and improvements. We've compiled a list of all the major new features.

macOS Monterey: Universal Control Delayed Until Spring

Apple announced a revolutionary new feature in macOS Monterey called Universal Control, and now you can use a single mouse and keyboard between your Mac and iPad. If you use a MacBook, the keyboard and trackpad can be used with the iPad. You can also drag and drop files between devices and use your MacBook's trackpad to navigate your iPad using gestures.

This feature is not yet ready for the original release of macOS Monterey, but it appears in beta 12.3. That means it will be revealed in the coming weeks.

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