Apple has announced the next version of macOS at its WWDC keynote, after showing off iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS.
The company is promising even more interoperability with iOS, including the ability to share a keyboard and mouse between a Mac and an iPad.
This is the first version of macOS that’s being announced after the rise of Apple’s M1-powered Macs, the first of which were announced in November 2020. Apple’s plan is to have its entire line switch over to its custom chips by the end of next year, so it seems that macOS Monterey will be the operating system shepherding Macs through much of the rest of the transition.
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