After macOS 12.2 arrived for all users this week and the first beta of macOS 12.3 for developers yesterday, Apple released the first beta of macOS Monterey 12.3 for public testers. The new beta version comes with the highly anticipated Universal Control feature.
The first macOS 12.3 beta is starting to appear for public testers via OTA and is also now available on Apple’s beta website. The release comes with build number 21E5196i.
Perhaps the most exciting new feature with the macOS 12.3 and iPadOS 15.4 betas is Universal Control. But there are other exciting new features to try out like PS5 DualSense adaptive trigger support, a new ScreenCaptureKit framework for “high performance screen recording”, and more.
The release notes also confirm that in macOS 12.3, the kernel used by Dropbox and Microsoft One Drive is deprecated.
Apple also launched public testers today with the first beta of iOS and iPadOS 15.4.
Apple also released the first macOS Big Sur 11.6.4 beta alongside the Monterey Update.
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