Apple is releasing macOS 12 Monterey to the public on October 25, here’s how to update

Apple announced macOS 12 Monterey back in June, along with iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8. Several betas later, Apple will finally make the update available to the public on October 25. While Big Sur was a more significant upgrade than Monterey, the latter packs several tweaks that make Macs even more capable. You can read our macOS Monterey review to learn more about the changes.
macOS 12 Monterey brings improvements to FaceTime, iMessage, Notes, Reminders, Safari, and more. It also turns Macs into AirPlay servers to cast content to them from your other iDevices. Last but not least, it enables Universal Control, which allows you to drag-and-drop content and move your cursor across up to three Mac/iPad devices.

More importantly, you should check if your Mac supports this update. If your Mac is in the following list, then you’re in luck!
Mac Pro: Late 2013 and later models
Mac Mini: Late 2014 and later models
MacBook Air: Early 2015 and later models
MacBook Pro: Early 201…

Written By: Mahmoud Itani

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