Mac OS

The next day: will your Mac run macOS Monterey?

We’re still ruminating on all of Apple’s announcements at WWDC 2021 earlier this week. Namely, why will macOS be supported on some machines, but not others? It’s not an Intel chip versus an Apple chip – although some features are only supported on the local M1 – but the company’s …

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Apple MacOS Monterey Brings Critical Gaming Feature to Macs

Dmitry Chernyshov / Unsplash Apple has just confirmed that MacOS Monterey, slated for release later this year, will support Adaptive Sync on external displays. This was not mentioned at the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote this week, but it was at a WWDC Developer Session. MacOS Monterey is the latest version …

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How to activate low power mode on iPad and Mac

Apple announced iPadOS 15 and macOS Monterey earlier this week at WWDC 2021, but we continue to discover new features that were not mentioned by the company at the event. This year, iPad and Mac users will finally get a low power mode to save battery, just like the iPhone. …

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How Apple’s New Focus Feature Works on macOS Monterey

At Apple’s Global Developer Conference (WWDC), the company showcased a new device-wide feature, “Focus”. Available on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, the tool lets you adjust notifications based on what you’re doing at the time. The feature is coming to iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS 12 Monterey this fall. Here’s …

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Apple macOS Monterey: New Features, Details, Device Support

In a virtual presentation at WWDC 2021 today, Apple executives describes the company’s plans for macOS Monterey, the latest major release of software for the Mac family of computers. The new name follows Apple’s California naming scheme for recent versions of macOS, dating back to the launch of OS X …

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Apple WWDC 2021: what to expect and what not to expect

Apple’s annual World Developer Conference (WWDC), which begins Monday, will focus on how developers can take advantage of Apple’s various software offerings and create a meaningful experience while showcasing new software, and possibly be hardware, company updates. While Apple will certainly announce new versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and …

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