Universal Control allows a single mouse and keyboard on a Mac to control additional Macs and iPads, simply by dragging the mouse cursor over to those screens or devices. It’s a fantastic feature for Mac users who have several Macs and an iPad or two, and it can really help propel productivity to a new level.
We’ll walk through which devices support Universal Control, how to enable it, and how to use the excellent feature on Mac and iPad.
Universal Control System Requirements
You will need to make sure all Macs are running macOS Monterey 12.3 or later, and…