After launching macOS 12.1 with a range of new features and changes just before the end of the year, a notable exclusion was Universal Control. While Apple originally said it would launch the feature “later this fall,” the company has now updated its website with a spring launch date.
During the macOS 12, 12.0.1, and 12.1 betas or official releases, we haven’t seen the ability to fully test Universal Control.
As shown in the image above, now Apple has changed the launch date for Universal Control from sometime before the winter solstice to “available this spring.”
Apple first showed off Universal Control during an on-stage at WWDC 21. Here’s how it describes the feature:
A single keyboard and mouse or trackpad now work seamlessly between your Mac and iPad — they’ll even connect to more than one Mac or iPad. Move your cursor from your Mac to your iPad, type on your Mac and watch the words show up on your iPad, or even drag and drop content from one Mac to another.
H/T Matt E
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