One of the features that macOS Monterey users are still waiting to get their hands on is SharePlay. And while the wait continues, we're at least one step closer. Apple is moving ahead with the developer betas of the software that will actually bring it to the masses.
SharePlay for Mac will launch as part of a macOS Monterey update scheduled to launch publicly with a tentative "later-this-year" release date, Apple has acknowledged today.
The beta process keeps on trucking along. Apple has seeded the latest betas of its next updates for the company's most popular operating systems. And while it might not be adding any major forward facing new features to the mix, there are certainly some noteworthy new additions.
Read this tutorial to learn how and when to turn on and use low power mode on macOS in order to boost battery life and make your Mac notebook run cooler and quieter.
Earlier this year, Apple debuted what it calls Expanded Protections for Children. It's a suite of features that are baked into Apple's software, including iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. The goal is to help protect children from abuse, among other child safety endeavors. With the first iOS 15.2 beta hinted at one of the feature's return, it looks like that will indeed be happening with the public launch.
The last time Apple seeded betas for its next updates to its operating systems, it was still October. But, today, the company is back at it again, preparing developers (and, eventually, public beta testers) for what's to come on the software front. As such, there are new beta seeds available for developers.
Apple has acknowledged that it has managed to squish a bug in the Mac operating system that caused some Mac computers from failing to boot after installing macOS Monterey.
The bright, abstract wallpaper in macOS Monterey breaks Apple's eight years long tradition of providing high-quality photographs of California-themed landscapes to use as your desktop wallpaper. But don't worry, here's that missing Monterey landscape image.
When Wi-Fi or Ethernet is not working on your Mac, you are cut off from accessing the web. This affects everything from using essential work apps like Slack, to browsing social media, enjoying YouTube, or shopping online. If you are in a similar situation, this guide will help.
We show you the solutions to fix MacBook not connecting to Wi-Fi, connected to Wi-Fi but no internet, and other similar network connectivity issues.
Earlier this year, Apple unveiled a suite of new features it packaged in something it called Expanded Protections for Children. There were three new features total, but, at the time, one of them raised a lot of concerns regarding a potential breakdown of privacy. Following a lot of backlash and commentary, Apple decided to delay the features -- but it looks like one of them is making a comeback.
AltServer, an application for macOS and Windows that allows for the easy side-loading of apps onto iPhones and iPads, has been officially updated to version 1.4.7, an update that is currently recommended for all users.
Not too long after Apple released iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 into the wild, Apple is back at it again with the next big update for its desktop operating system. And as we've seen ever since this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, it means a lot of features from Apple's mobile ecosystem are making the leap to the desktop.