Apple released iOS 15.2 a week ago, along with iPadOS 15.2, tvOS 15.2, WatchOS 8.3 and MacOS Monterey 12.1. However, it seems that the company in Cupertino does not intend to waste time and is thinking about the upcoming updates of its systems: Apple has in fact released the first beta for developers of iOS 15.3, iPadOS 15.3, tvOS 15.3 and
The bad news at the moment is that there doesn’t seem to be any significant changes between the new releases of mobile operating systems and the previous ones: MacRumors, which scanned iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 in Beta 1 for developers,
In particular, many expected to find support for Universal Control in iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3, the feature presented by Apple a few months ago and immediately much appreciated by fans, which allows you to control more devices like Mac and Apple Wallet’s support for ID cards has not been implemented, even though it has been testing in the United States for months now.
So, in all likelihood, all these features will arrive in 2022 forwarded: Apple has announced that Universal Control will arrive in 2022 on Mac and iPad. Developers can download and install the Beta 1 of iPadOS 15.3 and iOS 15.3 directly from Apple’s Developer Center.
The same applies to WatchOS 8.4 for Apple Watch and 15.3 for Apple TV, which are also available in Beta 1 for developers. Neither update seems to have brought with it particularly interesting news, limiting itself in all probability to minor bugfixes.
Meanwhile, Apple released the public beta of MacOS Monterey 12.2, shortly after the publication of MacOS Monterey 12.1 for all users. Again, there is no Universal Control in the update, which Mac users have been asking loudly for months. Apple has introduced the new Music app, which has been rebuilt from scratch by Cupertino’s company and which works much faster than in the past. Finally, the update also improves web browsing through Safari, which supports the 120 Hz refresh rate on the new Macbook Pros.