Apple’s operating system is getting a slew of new features, many of which were introduced at WWDC. One of which is Universal Control.
According to MacRumors, “Universal Control streamlines multi-device workspaces by allowing you to use the same peripherals across multiple Macs and iPads.
With Universal Control, you can use your main Mac’s trackpad and keyboard to control additional Macs and/or iPads nearby, so you don’t need a desk cluttered up with more than one set of input devices.”
It’s possible with Universal Control to use a single set of keyboard, trackpad, and mouse controls on a variety of Macs and iPads. You may now slide your mouse cursor off the edge of your Mac, and it will appear on the iPad when you set it adjacent to the computer. iPad keyboard and trackpad functions are identical to those on a Mac, and material may be transferred between both.
It’s best to note that this feature is still in the beta phase. This means if you would like to try it out, you’ll have to manually turn it on. Go to System Preferences ——> Displays ——-> Universal Control to access it.
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