Universal Control Remains Unavailable in macOS Monterey Beta 10, But Now Has ‘Beta’ Label. Universal Control, a major new feature introduced by Apple for macOS Monterey in June, has not yet been implemented in even the tenth beta, and it is not yet clear when it will be available when the software launches.
Now with the MacOS Monterey Beta 10, Apple has labeled Universal Control as a “beta” feature, but it is not yet available to users.
As Apple demonstrated earlier this year, Universal Control allows users to control their main computer keyboard and mouse without the need for an iPad or other Mac wireless. Unfortunately, Apple never had universal control over MacOS and the iOS beta, and almost every mention of this feature was hidden.
As the official release of the macOS Monterey approaches (and the iPad 15 is already available to users), Apple has made some minor changes to the universal control settings panel, now considered a “beta”.
When you go to the display settings in the System Preferences app, there is a label that says Universal Control can be enabled, but as an unfinished component that may not work as expected.
However, universal control is not available by default, but this change suggests that Apple may ship MacOS Monterey with this new feature, despite some bugs. If you have two Macs running macOS Monterey beta, there is a way to enable universal control between them by modifying some internal system files.
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