For a few hours, Apple servers have made version 12.2 available to all users of macOS Monterey, an update and includes security fixes, so it goes without saying that its installation is recommended as soon as possible.
This new update patches the Safari-related security issue we talked about a few days ago as well as a large number of less important holes, but they also posed a security risk to users.
At the moment except for the Universal Control function, Apple is not expected to add new functions in the next updates that it has programs for macOS Monterey.
At the moment this long-awaited function is still expected to take a few months, since the latest official information from macOS in this regard indicates that it will not be until the spring of this year, when the function is ready.
The Universal Control feature allows you to use a single keyboard and mouse with multiple Mac and iPad devices, a feature that will undoubtedly help many people to reduce their workspace, especially among those users who do not have much space available.
An updated Mac running older versions like Big Sur or Catalina will also find a new update waiting to download, an update that fixes the same issue with Safari.
Along with this new update for macOS Monterey, iPhone and iPad users also have version 15.3 at their disposal, a version that also fixes the same Safari problem that was reported a few days ago.