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The release date for macOS Monterey 12.0.1 is October 25th – however it will be missing a vital feature.

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MacOS 12.0.1 Monterey will be released on October 25th, following months of anticipation and public beta releases.

Apple announced it in a press release following the conclusion of the October 2021 Event, which also saw the company unveil two new MacBooks: the MacBook Pro 16-inch (2021) and MacBook Pro 14-inch (2021).

MacOS 12.0.1 Monterey is a software upgrade that focuses on productivity, privacy, and connectivity, while several features have been postponed until a later release.

However, with new M1 Max and M1 Pro chips in the new MacBooks, it’s a more significant update than you might believe at first, but it’s also lacking a feature that many have been waiting for since WWDC.
However, with new M1 Max and M1 Pro chips in the new MacBooks, it’s a more significant update than you might believe at first, but it’s also lacking a feature that many have been waiting for since WWDC.

Missing feature:

While macOS Monterey includes a slew of new features, the most intriguing of them all, Universal Control, won’t be available right now. Instead, it will happen later this year.

Universal Control lets you use an iPad as a second screen for your Mac, allowing you to smoothly drag and drop data between the two devices.

According to Apple’s press release, ‘Universal Control will make it easier for consumers to operate seamlessly between their Mac and iPad later this Fall.’

While it’s unfortunate that the feature is still in development, anyone expecting to purchase one of the new MacBooks next week shouldn’t be too disappointed, as these laptops are expected to deliver a slew of new features and performance improvements.

MacOS 12 Monterey will take advantage of the new M1 Pro and M1 Max CPUs, according to Apple’s Unleashed event, which also demonstrated how apps will benefit. Along with this, there’s a redesigned menu bar that takes advantage of the notch on these new MacBooks.

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