Apple unveils macOS Monterrey for MacBooks, brings new features to Safari, Universal Control – Eagles Vine

Apple’s next big update to macOS will be called macOS Monterey, the company announced at WWDC 2021. macOS Monterey brings a host of new features to MacBooks, iMacs and Mac minis. Here are some of the key features coming to these devices with macOS Monterey:
Safari gets a makeover
Safari will have a new tab bar takes on the colour of the webpage and combines tabs, the tool bar, and the search field into a single compact design. Tab Groups offer a new way to easily save and manage tabs. Tab Groups also sync across Mac, iPhone, and iPad, so users can continue their project from anywhere and easily share tabs with friends and family.
AirPlay comes to Mac
AirPlay, a sharing feature, comes to Mac devices with macOS Monterey. Users can use AirPlay to play content — music, movies — from an iPhone to a Mac display.
New features in the Notes app
New features in Notes help users stay organised, collaborate, and create notes from anywhere. The latest addition is Quick Note — a new way for users to jot down notes on any app or website systemwide. Users can also add links from an app to their Quick Note to create context, even on a website in Safari or an address in Maps.
Universal Control
Apple is giving its users an option to use multiple features across their devices with Universal Control. Users can drag and drop content, files, images from an iPad to Mac or from a Mac to iMac easily.
Shortcuts will be now available on Mac
For the first time, Shortcuts app will be made available on MacBooks with macOS Monterey. Apple said that this will be a part of a “multi-year transition”, which means that new features will be added to Shortcuts app over the year.
iOS 15 features to be used on Mac
With macOS Monterey, users will be able to access iOS 15 features like revamped FaceTime, notifications and SharePlay on their Mac devices.
SharePlay: A new way to share with Apple users on FaceTime
SharePlay is a set of system features that enables users to have shared experiences while on a FaceTime call. Users can share their favorite music, TV shows, movies, projects, and more with friends and family in real time. With an API built for easy adoption, third-party developers can bring their own apps right into FaceTime.

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