Latest macOS Monterey Beta includes Universal Control settings that you can’t enable just yet

Apple announced macOS 12 Monterey along with iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 back in June. One of the macOS features that Apple presented during the WWDC21 opening keynote is Universal Control. This feature brings cursor and drag-and-drop support to up to three Mac and iPad devices at once. It had been absent from previous beta builds of Monterey, but the latest update includes it — sort of.
The company seeded the tenth beta of the upcoming macOS release yesterday. 9to5Mac reports that the Universal Control feature has been added under System Preferences > Displays > Advanced in the beta release, but you can’t enable or use it just yet. It is off by default and attempting to toggle it does nothing at all. It’s worth mentioning that the settings are marked as BETA, so even after macOS 12 is released to the public, the feature might still not work as intended.

While the feature doesn’t work yet, it’s still a promising sign that Universal Control will likely be included in t…

Written By: Mahmoud Itani

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