iOS 15 and macOS Monterey — Apple’s walled garden just got even higher
It's fitting that Apple keeps turning to the state of California for inspiration when naming macOS releases like the new . With all the cross-device features introduced during Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference earlier this week, the company has solidified its place as the Hotel California of tech companies — you can check out of your iPhone, iPad or Mac any time you like, but you can never leave.
Making sure its devices play nicely with each other isn't anything out of the ordinary for Apple. When you build both the software and hardware, you can do things like make sure that your phones, tablets, computers and smartwatches work in concert.
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It's an effective incentive for jumping into Apple's ecosystem with both feet. I'd never even thought about owning an Apple Watch until I saw my wife use hers to unlock her iPhone with her face mask …
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