Most people who want to query their network’s data speeds will fire up a web browser and load the speedtest.net website, or at least something comparable. But if you’re using macOS Monterey or later, then you can do this right from a Terminal window.
This tutorial shows you how to create a separate volume (partition) on your Mac’s internal drive to install macOS Ventura on it.
Using this method, you will have two macOS versions on the same Mac. The first volume will have the macOS you’re currently running (likely macOS Monterey), and the second volume will have macOS Ventura. You will be able to start up your Mac into either one.
Apple's Universal Control feature for working across multiple Macs and iPads using a single trackpad has lost its beta label in macOS Monterey 12.4 and iPadOS 15.5.
iCloud Keychain securely stores your usernames, passwords, and two-factor authentication codes. Starting with iOS 15.4 and macOS Monterey 12.3, you can also add a secure note to your password. This tutorial shows you how to use the notes feature in saved passwords on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
FaceTime calls can become uncomfortable for the other person when your audio quality is poor, especially with a lot of unnecessary background noise. Thankfully, just like iPhone or iPad, your Mac has built-in mic modes to filter out and reduce background sounds on FaceTime audio and video calls. Here's how to use the Voice Isolation effect on macOS Monterey or later.
Apple has released a beta version of the firmware update 15.5 which includes a fix for the widely panned quality problems with the Studio Display web camera.
Follow along with this tutorial to learn how to use the customizable handshake emoji on iPhone, iPad and Mac to choose skin tones for each hand separately from one another, allowing a single emoji to cover all possible combinations of hand colors.
If you're having problems with Mac displays, you're not alone—Apple's macOS Monterey 12.3 update is in fact causing a range of issues with external monitors.
For some, Apple's macOS Monterey 12.3 update breaks compatibility with third-party game controllers such as Xbox, PlayStation DualShock, Nimbus and more.
Some people are reporting seeing various Mac installation errors when attempting to update their computer to Apple's new macOS Monterey 12.3 software.
Apple's macOS Monterey 12.3 update is ready for public consumption, bringing such improvements to your Mac as the new cross-device Universal Control feature, head tracking for spatial audio and other perks. The update was released on Monday, March 14, 2022, alongside iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 for the iPhone and iPad.
iCloud Keychain is a handy feature. It allows users to quickly and easily access their usernames and passwords for apps and websites, making logging in across Apple devices relatively painless. But, if there is one pain point, it's with the feature not bothering with usernames sometimes. But Apple's addressing that issue in the next software update for iOS and macOS.