At its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, Apple announced oodles of new features that we’ll see in macOS 13 Ventura, iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and watchOS 9 later this year. Here are the ten—no, eleven!—features we think you’ll most like:
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There’s no reason to expend effort mousing if you prefer to keep your hands on the keyboard. Learn more now.
Running iPhone and iPad apps on your Mac is no longer science fiction if you have an M1-based Mac. Read on for instructions on finding and installing these apps, and how to control them if a trackpad isn’t sufficient.
Although the Mac’s Dock shows all your running apps, it’s often not the most efficient way to switch among them. Instead, turn to the App Switcher.
For many people, transparency blurs the interface, making it harder to differentiate interface elements from the wallpaper. Learn how to change the MacOS interface transparency.
Should you upgrade to macOS 12 Monterey? There’s no need to do so immediately, but we think it’s now safe for those who want to take advantage of the new features and integration with Apple’s other operating systems.
Find out how you can make the mouse pointer bigger on your Mac .
In macOS 12 Monterey, Apple has added a setting to keep the menu bar visible at all times.
Should you start using Apple’s built-in password manager? Most Apple users probably have at least some passwords stored there already, and our article explains who can benefit from it right away and how it differs from popular third-party password managers.
Much of the work of sending holiday cards is addressing all those envelopes. However, with the Contacts app on your Mac, you can easily print mailing labels for all your friends and family rather than writing addresses out by hand.