Apple just presented the long-awaited, brand new MacBook Pro, which has received a great deal of innovation. The exterior and interior have undergone considerable change in the product's most major redesign in recent years. The device's performance is also spectacular – exceeding even the prognoses.
With the release of macOS Catalina 10.15, Apple said goodbye to iTunes and replaced the feature with an expanded Finder and the new "Music" app. It now appears as if Apple is providing the latter with a technological renovation – as per macOS 12.2 Monterey's beta.
Apple revealed quite an impressive new feature at this year's WWDC for frictionless cross-play between the Mac and iPad. The new "Universal Control" feature has, however, faced some difficulties in development and been delayed.
Users of macOS Monterey now have the means to perform internet speed tests using tools integrated in the OS. Third party apps and websites are no longer necessary to check internet performance – a simple terminal command will provide all the necessary information.
Apps for streamings services are commonplace on iOS devices, however, the same can't be said for the Mac App Store. Now, Amazon has added its "Amazon Prime Video" streaming app to the Mac App Store, thus somewhat remedying the disparity.
Thanks to SharePlay, it'll soon be possible to share screen content on Mac with contacts during FaceTim content. The feature isn't yet available in the current version of the macOS Monterey beta, however, it is in the beta for macOS 12.1 and works exactly as Apple had described.
Apple finally pulled the trigger on the starter gun, and macOS Monterey just took its first few strides as an official release today. The new operating system is available for all compatible Macs, and exactly which those are will be revealed in this article.
Apple recently released an update called "Device Support Update". However, there were hardly any details about the exact content in the description. Now it seems clear that Apple has changed the update strategy regarding the synchronization of iPhones and iPads with a Mac.
Apple has finally named a date for the official release of macOS Monterey. However, there were already a few clues beforehand, and the announcement comes as no surprise. Monterey will be released Monday of next week, according to Apple.
Officially, only macOS runs on M1 Macs; Apple does not plan to support other systems natively. A group of dedicated Linux developers has nevertheless set about adapting the open-source OS for Apple's notebooks and desktops with ARM chips. The first ready-to-use version is now available.
With the exception of the "clones" in the mid-90s, Apple's OS only ran on Apple computers. It could have turned out quite differently, because Jobs wanted to bring Mac OS to Dell PCs after his return. Dell waved it off - only to take up the idea again later.
The newest version of Safari, Safari 15, has been available for macOS Catalina and Big Sur for several days now. However, the software hasn't gotten an overwhelmingly positive reception. There are multiple reports of problems – especially when it comes to stability.
Once before, major changes had been indicated by particularly early system tests. Now, we were able to find out something similar. Monterey has not yet been released, and Apple is already testing an update that will probably not be released until summer 2022.
There's bad news for anyone who was hoping for official support for Windows 11 on M1 Macs. Prognoses concerning the matter have failed to materialize. Microsoft has now made it clear that the OS is not intended for the Mac. Windows for the Mac is on thin ice.
For those still running macOS Catalina, there's a known issue with version 10.15.7 – the system process "accountsd" eats up a great deal of performance more than it should and slowing the entire OS. However, there's a known fix to the issue.
In the past, it was necessary to pay for a system update. Tech junkies had to go to the store and buy a physical disc, which would then install the latest operating system onto their device. Two relics of this time – OS X Mountain Lion and Mac OS X Lion (although still available for purchase) can now be downloaded and installed for free from Apple.
Last evening, Apple released macOS Monterey's second beta to all Apple developers who opted to take part in the program. In such early stages of development, there are often quite visible differences between builds – which we will detail in the rest of this article.
Photoshop has existed in native form for M1 Macs since March. Now, Adobe is releasing several other Creative Cloud applications with support for Apple Silicon. On release, the company ran a few benchmarks with some very impressive results.
One year after macOS 11, macOS 12 is going to arrive - as expected, Apple counts with whole version numbers from now on. Apple chose Monterrey as the name - and gave the Mac system numerous new features. We summarize everything there is to know about Monterrey.