Articles about macOS Monterey
macOS Monterey is Apple’s latest desktop Operating System. It comes with redesigned Safari UI, Shortcuts, Quick Note feature, and Focus Mode, which filters out notifications unrelated to the on-going activity. The OS also offers spatial voice and audio in FaceTime calls, voice isolation for removing background noise, Portrait mode, Grid View and SharePlay, which enables users to share content while on a FaceTime call. For privacy and connectivity between Apple devices, it offers Universal Control function, AirPlay, and Mail Privacy Protection.
15 Mar 2022Technology
Apple has finally released the latest versions of its iOS, iPadOS, and macOS to the public worldwide, bringing a bunch of features, including Universal Control and the ability to use Face ID while wearing a mask.
02 Nov 2021Technology
Many Mac users who recently upgraded to macOS Monterey reported abnormally high RAM usage by certain applications, including Apple's Control Center, Mozilla Firefox, and the Safari browser. The issue has come to be known as "memory leak."
24 Oct 2021Technology
Apple's macOS Monterey will be available as an OTA update for macOS Big Sur users, including those running older Intel-based Macs, starting Monday, October 25.
19 Oct 2021Technology
After months of beta testing, Apple has finally announced macOS Monterey will be available as a free upgrade for macOS Big Sur users starting October 25.
13 Oct 2021Technology
While products announced at Apple's previous "California Streaming" event are just beginning to reach consumers, Apple has now started drumming up hype for another upcoming event dubbed "Unleashed," slated to be held on October 18.
28 Aug 2021Technology
Apple has already unveiled iOS 15 and macOS Monterey that is set to debut on brand new hardware. The devices usually break cover in September.
08 Aug 2021Technology
Apple recently announced sweeping changes to its policies with the intention to keep children safer while using Apple ecosystem products.
08 Jun 2021Technology
Apple's four-day-long worldwide developer conference (WWDC) kicked off on June 7 with a keynote address by CEO Tim Cook.