As part of macOS Monterey 12.1, which was released on Monday, Apple added SharePlay to the Mac. With SharePlay, you can now watch movies, listen to music, and play games on your Mac while synchronising with your friends over FaceTime.
If you wish to share your screen with your group, SharePlay also allows you to do so. However, my colleague Monica Chin had some troubles with SharePlay on Mac while it was in beta, so perhaps it will work better now that it’s publicly available.
Some features in macOS Monterey 12.1 are also included in iOS 15.2. The new Apple Music Voice Plan is a more economical tier of the songs streaming service that allows you to listen to music using only your voice and Siri.
You’ll be able to identify Legacy Contacts who will be able to access your iCloud data after you pass away. Additionally, Apple will soon allow parents to turn on alerts that show when their children receive or send iMessages that contain nude photos.
However, one major feature is still lacking from the new Monterey. Universal Control, which allows you use the same mouse and keyboard on Macs and iPads, was meant to be released this fall, but Apple pushed it back to “this spring” on Monday.
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