The bets are over. macOS 12 will be called Monterey, and with this new version, which will officially arrive in the fall, Apple is trying to bridge the gap between desktops and mobile devices, making them more interoperable.
One of the most outstanding novelties is the arrival of Universal Control, which allows an iPad to be placed next to the desktop computer as an additional desktop monitor, being able to share the same keyboard and mouse. This function works with up to three devices at the same time.
AirPlay to Mac, meanwhile, is a function by which users can direct the contents of the screens of their mobile devices (or even other Macs) to the screens of desktop computers.
Another aspect presented today is that mac OS will have its own application for automating shortcuts, and in addition to the new applications, there are also new features in some of the most emblematic applications of the system.
In this sense, Safari, the web browser, will have the tab grouping function, although Safari, like Mail, its well-known email client, will also have new privacy management functions.
As just announced, all the new versions of the operating systems presented today will begin to be available from today in beta for developers, while end users will be able to count on these and other news as early as next fall, so we will have to be attentive to the details that they reveal in the event that they celebrate in the month of September, where they will surely present some hardware.
Now we just have to wait, which will be a few months, for the new version to become a reality.