Macs have undergone some of the most significant changes in recent memory over the last year.
Apple announced its long-awaited switch from Intel chips to its own first-party silicon at last year’s WWDC.
By the end of the year, the company had released the first three M1 Macs, as well as Big Sur, one of macOS’s most significant updates.
The company announced macOS 12 dubbed Monterey at the start of WWDC this morning.
The top-line new feature here is Universal Control, which further bridges the gap between desktop and tablet
By placing the iPad next to a Mac and using the same trackpad and keyboard, you can move the pointer between the two devices. The function can be used on up to three devices at the same time.