Apple has released Mac OS Monterey 12.1 Beta 4 for developers.

After launching the first macOS Monterey 12.1 beta in late October, Apple has sidelined developers with macOS 12.1 beta 4. This comes at a time when Apple has launched Universal Control and SharePlay for Mac as “After this Fall” without much change. In this latest release.

macOS 12.1 beta 4 is now appearing via OTA for developers with blood number 21C5045a. If you are not currently running Beta, you can also download it from Apple’s developer website (full guide here).

Earlier with macOS 12.1 beta, we saw that Apple brings back SharePlay support. However, Universal Control did not appear in the first, second, or third beta.

What’s new in 12.1 Beta 4, according to a note released by Apple:

However, both Universal Control and SharePlay are unveiled to the public this fall to work seamlessly on multiple Apple devices, and it appears that it is still not available for testing in 12.1 Beta 4. Is.

Apple today released the latest MacOS Big Sur 11.6.2 beta with 12.1 beta 4.

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