Distributed last week, the latest Release Candidates for iOS 15.3 and macOS Monterey 12.2 appear to plug a dangerous Safari data leak.
Dr. Mac offers up a few more things you can try before you throw in the towel when your Mac is on the fritz.
Apple seeded the fist developer beta of macOS Monterey 12.2 on Thursday. MacRumors reported on the, rather limited, details that were available. One thing missing was Universal Control.
Registered developers can download the beta through the Apple Developer Center and after the appropriate profile is installed, betas will be available through the Software Update mechanism in System Preferences. We don’t yet know what’s included in macOS Monterey 12.2, but Apple has yet to implement a major feature — Universal Control. Universal Control is designed to allow a single mouse and trackpad to be used with multiple Macs and iPads, and Apple has said it will be launching this spring.
Got workflows set up in macOS Shortcuts, but don’t know how to quickly run them? You can put them in the menu bar or other accessible places.
In macOS Monterey there is now a built-in network quality speed test. Learn how to access it in this mini-segment from Mac Geek Gab 901.
Dr. Mac’s still having issues with Monterey but that hasn’t stopped him from finding a time-saving utility he’s become enamored with of late.
Dr. Mac’s upgrade to macOS Monterey was neither pleasant nor pretty, and he lays out some of the pitfalls he’s experienced so you don’t have to!