Everyone knows Apple and the latest products they bring into the tech field. But not only they’re famous, but they’re costly too. iOS lovers mostly wait for Apple products to get released. Even though many people criticize Apple for its prices and its updates- like what happened with iPhone 12 and 13; Apple is pretty much still in the league and, maybe, it always will be.
Time for some well-known facts: Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology company for consumer electronics. Like mobiles, laptops, etc. As per recent tech news, Apple is the world’s most valuable company with a revenue of $365.8 billion.
It was founded by Steve Jobs on 1 April 1976. Its current CEO is Tim Cook. Its headquarters is in Cupertino, California, United States.
The history of the Apple Mac dates back to the year 1984 when the first Macintosh 128K was introduced on 24 January 1984.
The name was then reduced to just “Mac” which finally led to the epic start of Apple Mac computers and laptops.
On a completely different level, Apple also started an iMac series back in 1998, when it released its first-ever iMac on 15 August 1998. But for reasons completely unfathomable, and unjustified.
The developments from the old, heavy Macintosh to the stylish, light-weight Macs surely do say something; That there is nowhere else to go but forward.
macOS Monterey is the 18th major product of Apple in the whole line of iPhones, Computers, and iPads.
This was told to have lots of new features which will allegedly change the whole Mac level to a whole new stage.
Apple has released macOS Monterey 12.1 beta 4 for testing to the developers. Its build number is 21C5045a.
It’s still in the early developing stages so it’s best to not mess with anything until it’s free of any errors. But as only the registered developers can download it for test runs, it’s completely safe. If anyone wants, they can download it on the official site but has to understand that it might slow your device down if the device isn’t is compatible with the download.
After releasing the first macOS Monterey 12.1 beta in late October, Apple later released macOS 12.1 beta 4 for the developers to check for errors and bugs.
These new updates include a new feature called ‘Shareplay’, which enables Apple users all around the world to listen to music and watch videos via facetime, but, sadly, the feature isn’t available universally yet.
Anyone can download it if they want. It’s available on Apple’s official site.
The ‘Shareplay’ update mentioned above isn’t available for testing in 12.1 beta 4. This update was told to be updated later this fall.
Alongside the 12.1 betas 4, Apple also released the latest macOS Big Sur 11.6.2 beta.
You can find all the new features in this video below:
It was said that the new ‘Shareplay’ update will be in the first macOS 12.1 beta but it wasn’t released as told. The developers are still waiting for the new update to get released.
Finally, it can be said that, however long this takes, when it finally gets released to the public, the waiting will be worth it.