macOS Monterey is officially launching on October 25th – The Verge

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That latest software update is almost here
Following several beta releases, Apple announced that the next version of its macOS software, macOS Monterey, is about to release. It’ll be rolling out as an update starting on Monday, October 25th.
My colleague Monica Chin previewed the public beta software earlier this year, highlighting Monterey’s improvements to Facetime. The software will bring other exciting features like SharePlay and Universal Control, which will enable Mac and iPad users to move files seamlessly between devices, but perhaps not at launch. In its press release for the new, redesigned MacBook Pros, Apple says that those features are coming “later this fall.” Additionally, Apple made significant tweaks to Safari, its own web browser, for Monterey, but it has since toned down some of the changes.
Here are the devices that will support macOS Monterey:
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