Apple has just released the second beta of macOS 12.3 for developers. A second beta which, given the pace of the first, we hope will focus on finishing improvements to the operating system.

Universal control at maximum performance

In the first beta of macOS 12.3 the main novelty was the arrival of Universal Control, the system that allows us to control an iPad from the Mac keyboard and vice versa. A system that works really well, but is still in beta phase and still needs some tweaking.

While it is true that there is room for the arrival of new features, everything would seem to indicate that, at least in this second beta, the changes will focus on tweaking the features that we have already seen coming. Features that we can expect when it arrives to the general public around March, approximately.

If we want to enter the beta cycle, we can do so by following these steps or by creating a bootable installer for the system, but we must bear in mind that we are talking about development versions that contain errors.

Already in the beta cycle, we will find the update in System Preferences > Software Update as an OTA update. During the first few hours, Apple’s servers may receive more requests than usual, so the wait time may be longer.

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