Apple’s Common Management function for macOS Monterey is not in beta within the launch candidate of model 12.4.
As famous by Rene Ritchie on Twitter:
Apple first unveiled Common Management in macOS Monterey at WWDC final yr. Touting the continuity of utilizing a single enter machine like a MacBook to work throughout a number of units together with the iMac and iPad Professional or iPad Air:
Common Management lets customers work with a single mouse and keyboard and transfer between Mac and iPad for a seamless expertise, with no setup required. Customers may even drag and drop content material backwards and forwards between units — nice for sketching a drawing with Apple Pencil on iPad and putting it right into a Keynote slide on the Mac.
It took some time for Common Management to truly debut in macOS, however it’s now a welcome function within the software program.
Clearly longer in improvement than Apple might need hoped for, it means Common Management is near going public lower than 4 weeks earlier than WWDC 2022, the place Apple will unveil the subsequent iteration of macOS to the world alongside iOS and iPadOS 16, in addition to watchOS and tvOS.
There are additionally rumors that Apple might debut a brand new MacBook at WWDC, probably a substitute for the MacBook Air with M1 and 13-inch MacBook Professional with M1 that might function new M2 Apple silicon. Apple has additionally confirmed plans to improve the Mac Professional later this yr however hasn’t specified when.