Jamf, a company that provides device management solutions for businesses, announced its support for macOS Monterey.
Is it a good idea to install macOS Monterey on an unsupported Mac? Find out in this video tip from Mac Geek Gab 894
Apple’s macOS Monterey comes out on Monday, October 25th. Watch this mini-segment from Mac Geek Gab 896 to learn more about what to expect!
The macOS 12 Monterey release is just around the corner. Folks on the Developer or Public Betas can update to the release candidate now.
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Seems the menu option to reset your Bluetooth has disappeared in the macOS Monterey betas. Mac Geek Gab 894 to the rescue! Just use this:
sudo pkill bluetoothd.
Apple announced on Monday that the new MacBook Pros will be available to download later in October with a bunch of new features.
AdGuard for Mac has a new update, and it brings DNS filtering, support for Apple Silicon, and compatibility with macOS Monterey. “From now you needn’t rely on a DNS server provided by your ISP by default, you have the luxury of making choices — cherry-pick DNS servers from known DNS providers or even add custom DNS servers. You can also add domains to DNS blocklist or allowlist and add complicated rules using DNS rules syntax.”
Your macOS Monterey questions are starting to trickle in, and your two favorite geeks have your answers. That’s not all, though! This episode’s got Quick Tips about webpage screenshots, Safari 15 tabs, Internet Recovery, and making your music sound better for YOUR ears. Plus, John and Dave answer your questions about all kinds of things…and they share your recommendations for new keyboards, too! Press play and enjoy learning at least five new things.
iMazing has been updated to 2.14.3, which adds support for iOS 15, macOS Monterey, and adds a new feature.
Big Sur gave us Memoji in Messages on our Macs. In Monterey, we can even put our Memoji on our Mac’s lock screen. Jeff Butts walks you through making that happen.