Two versions of macOS are now available. The first is macOS Big Sur 11.6, mainly there to bring security fixes but without major novelty. As for the second, it is the most advanced: macOS Monterey 12.3, for the moment accessible to developers but shortly succeeding another more stable edition to be found right here.
Here’s what’s changing for macOS 12.3 users:
- Universal command : the transfer functionality between iPad and Mac finally arrives, after long weeks of waiting
- cloud : Apple confirms that Dropbox and Microsoft OneDrive may not work properly with macOS 12.3 (beta)
- Safari : version 15, with security patches as well
- AirPods : earbuds can now be updated from macOS 12.3 beta, but still not manually like connecting with iOS
Apple has also updated tvOS, this time with bug fixes and the ability to customize the content that displays in the section. To be continued of the case.
We need to talk about the latest tvOS 15.4 Developer Beta 1 starting with the newly improved Video Player with in-built Up Next queue 🤯 but there’s more… pic.twitter.com/7z0io09ykF
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