As far as possible back at WWDC, Apple flaunted a component called Universal Control, which will allow clients to control different Macs and iPads with a solitary mouse and console or trackpad. At the point when it delivered macOS Monterey in October, Apple said that component and SharePlay would show up on Macs later in the fall. In spite of the fact that SharePlay is presently accessible on Mac, you’ll need to sit tight somewhat longer for Universal Control.
Apple unobtrusively refreshed its site to express that Universal Control will not be accessible until spring 2022. The deferral, which was spotted by 9to5 Mac, may come as a mistake to the people who were expecting more consistent network between their gadgets sooner rather than later. In any case, it’s smarter to ensure the element is working accurately as opposed to delivering a possibly buggy variant.
At the point when it shows up, the component will be accessible on MacBook and Macbook Pro (2016 and later), the 2019 Mac Pro, MacBook Air (2018 and later), iMac (2017 and later) and the 5K Retina 27-inch iMac from late 2015. Concerning upheld tablets, you’ll have the option to utilize iPad Pro, iPad Air (third generation and later), iPad (sixth generation and later) and iPad mini (fifth generation and later) with Universal Control.
You’ll should be signed into iCloud with similar Apple ID on all gadgets. You can associate them over USB, or you can utilize Universal Control remotely as long as the gadgets are within 30 feet of one another.