Weekly News Summary for Admins — 2021-10-29

The macOS Monterey release is finally here. We also got iOS 15.1 (and siblings) and the security updates for macOS Big Sur (11.6.1) and iOS 14.8.1. And the new round of betas for macOS 12.1 and iOS 15.2 started.


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While some features shown at WWDC are still missing, this should keep everyone busy for a while. Many MacAdmins were already busy and published posts on how to work with and manage the new systems.

Settle in, because this is a big summary!

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macOS 12 Monterey and iOS 15.1

macOS Monterey 12.0.1

Deployment

iOS 15.1 and siblings

Security Updates

Apple Support

Reactions

MacAdmins

New Apple Silicon MacBooks Pro

macOS and iOS Updates

MacAdmins on Twitter

  • Eric Holtam: “Live Text works to capture the horribly tiny and shiny Serial Numbers from the bottom of Macs. Never question if it’s a Q or 0 again!”

Security and Privacy

Support and HowTos

Scripting and Automation

Updates and Releases

To Listen

Support

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