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Apple seeded the second betas of all of its major operating systems on Tuesday. There aren’t many new features, though.
Apple released macOS 12.3 today featuring Universal Control, 37 new emojis, spatial audio dynamic head tracking, and a plethora of new features as well as bug fixes.
On macOS, the Dock is where to look for the apps you run the most. So why can’t you put shortcuts on the dock? In the latest version, you can.
Entering Recovery Mode on an M1 Mac is a different process than on an Intel Mac. Apple made it even easier to do.
Facing iCloud sync reliability issues, developers are forced to come up with alternates. Many are building new backup methods for their apps.