Apple’s Universal Control sheds beta tag in macOS 12.4

Signaling that Apple has corrected any major bugs or issues with the Universal Control months after its release in macOS 12.3, the feature is no longer tagged with the beta designation as of macOS 12.4 and iPadOS 15.5.

When using Universal Control (beta), each device shows its own screen and apps, but you can use a single keyboard, mouse, or trackpad to move the cursor, type, and even copy content between them.
Universal Control

When using Universal Control, each device shows its own screen and apps, but you can use a single keyboard, mouse, or trackpad to move the cursor, type, and even copy content between them.

Mike Peterson for AppleInsider:

In the latest macOS Monterey 12.4 and iPadOS 15.5 updates, released on Thursday, Apple has gotten rid of the “beta” tag attached to its Universal Control feature.

As spotted by Rene Ritchie, the beta tag is gone in the macOS Monterey 12.4 Release Candidate, which dropped on Thursday. That’s likely because the feature has been well-received by users with few major complaints about its performance or functionality.

MacDailyNews Take: Expect to see macOS 12.4 released imminently, along with iOS 15.5, iPadOS 15.5, tvOS 15.5, and watchOS 8.6.

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4 Comments

  1. That biased buffoon, AppleBS, needs to change his name to AppleBetaSuccess.

    Sadly for AppleBS, he thinks the bullish!t devil he knows is better than beta successes.

    This includes buying a wanna-be iPhone known as a Samsung A53.

    AppleBS is quiet these days, not because of shame, not because of seething anger at being called out as extremely boring, but because he has very little that is interesting to say.

    Oh no, oh no, oh no no no no no. Too bad, so sad.

    Meanwhile the rest of us just get on with life, for the better, without the BS that AppleBS’s life is mired in.

    Bring on iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 12.4 and plenty more!

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