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Apple's Universal Control: Here's everything you need to know about the feature: Prune



The latest iPadOS 15.4 and macOS 12.3 updates bring exciting new features to your eligible Apple devices. Think new emojis, Face ID with a mask, Apple Card widget, and Universal Control. Out of these useful features, we found the Universal Control the best of the lot.


The tech giant has rolled out the new feature to make our lives easier by allowing us to use multiple devices such as iPad and Mac with a single mouse or touchpad along with a single keyboard. It makes handling many tasks on hand seamless, especially if you work from home.


Are you wondering how the new feature works? If you haven't tried it yet, let us take you through what the new feature is about and how it works on your device. Read on!



Universal Control: An update that makes work easy



The Universal Control was announced last year in June 2021 by the California-based company. And it soon became a much-awaited feature. It allows Apple users with Mac and iPad to use both the devices simultaneously with a single mouse/touchpad and a keyboard. This setup creates a smooth workflow between iPadOS and MacOS. You can easily drag and drop files across up to three compatible devices at a time, making your work from home projects a breeze.


The feature requires no additional equipment or accessories. It reduces the need for anything extra, except for your primary devices with the latest software. As you use Universal Control, you will find a single cursor move across your iPad and Mac so that you can transfer your files such as text, illustrations, or photos for editing from one to the other.


It works perfectly well if you are stuck with two monitors at home. Instead of navigating your way through heavy work from one computer to the other, you can enable the Universal Control feature by updating to iPadOS 15.4 and macOS 12.3 in just a few seconds.


However, it's still beta software, and you might face a glitch or two during use. But it's not too early to say that it's one of the best features in recent times that seamlessly connects the Apple devices. Along with this, you must also check out other new features such as Face ID with a mask, SharePlay, emojis with multiple skin tones, and Apple Card widget.



What are your thoughts about the Universal Control feature? Are you looking forward to trying it out? Let us know what you think!



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