Apple releases macOS Monterey beta 6 for developers

macOS Monterey beta 6 is now available for developers. As we move closer to a fall release one big feature we haven’t seen fully available to test is Universal Control. With macOS Monterey beta 4, Apple said in the release notes that Universal Control had been enabled before the mention was quickly pulled. We’ll see if Universal Control arrives in beta 6 along with any other changes.

macOS Monterey beta 6 is showing up now via OTA for developers already enrolled. You can also download it from Apple’s Developer website if you’re not running the beta yet (full guide here).

New features and changes that come with macOS 12 Monterey include a totally redesigned Safari, Shortcuts app arriving on the Mac, FaceTime’s new SharePlay feature, Universal Control to seamlessly work across multiple Apple devices, a new Focus mode, Quick Notes, AirPlay to Mac, and more.

In the third beta, Apple made some notable changes to the default Safari experience, and in the fourth beta, it enabled Live Text on Intel Macs along with a Universal Control fakeout.

macOS Monterey beta 6

With the first five Monterey betas, the anticipated Universal Control feature hasn’t been available. But after a false start with beta four, beta 6 could officially bring the ability to test the exciting feature.

As always, it’s a bad idea to install early betas like this on your primary machine with bugs and performance issues being common, so use a secondary Mac if at all possible.

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