universal control It is no longer an ‘experimental’ feature, with the beta rating removed in macOS Monterey 12.4.0 Update And iPadOS 15.5 Release candidates that were transplanted to developers and public beta testers earlier today.

Colorful global control feature
Apple in March global control chest as part of Mac OS Monterey 12.3 and iPadOS 15.4, and since its launch, it has been in beta as Apple has worked to get rid of bugs and clear up any minor issues.

Under System Preferences > Displays > General Control, the beta label has been removed next to the Global Control options. Likewise, there is no longer an experimental rating on a file IPAD Under System Preferences > broadcast > Handoff > Cursor and keyboard.

‌Universal Control‌ is designed to allow you to use a single mouse/pad and keyboard across multiple Macs and iPads, with the feature designed to work automatically with ‌macOS Monterey‌ 12.3 and later and iPadOS 15.4 or later.

Although Universal Control is available in a beta capacity, it has worked well for users, which is why Apple was able to remove the beta flag just two months after the feature was first launched.

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