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MacOS Monterey unveiled at WWDC: Here's what we know so far


Apple's new universal control feature in MacOS Monterey will let you move content between devices by using your mouse and keyboard.

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At its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, Apple executives unveiled MacOS Monterey, the latest version of the Mac's operating system, also known as MacOS 12. (Check out everything announced at WWDC 2021 here.) 

MacOS Monterey follows last year's MacOS Big Sur. It includes new features like Universal Control, that will allow Mac users to use a single mouse and keyboard to move between your Mac and iPad for a seamless experience. It also includes AirPlay, and a redesigned Safari browser with better sync features between devices. The OS also added in several of the new features found in iOS 15, like spatial audio in FaceTime and Apple's new ...


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