macOS Monterey brings features you won’t want to miss.

On Monday, Apple introduced its newest Mac operating system, macOS Monterey. The program, commonly known as MacOS 12, will run on the new MacBook Pro laptops announced at Apple’s event last week — both the 14-inch and 16-inch models.

You’ll need a compatible device if you installed the MacOS Monterey public beta or plan to install the final version.

The screen went black on the 12 inch MacBook Pro (non- Touch Bar) in February 2016, which was the first time it had ever happened. It’s also possible that you were affected by this problem if your computer’s battery ran out of charge after a few days or weeks of usage.

Newer MacBook Pro models include a built-in infrared camera that allows users to capture photos and videos through the glass.

Simplify your life. From roughly early-2015 through the present day, the Mac Pro has been available in two configurations: one with an AMD FirePro D300 and another with a NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS.

This is the first time that a non-Retina display Mac Mini has been included in our list of best laptops. The late 2013 and later models have an identical design to the 2012-2013 ones, but they lack an SSD storage option because it’s built with integrated graphics.

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In mid- and late 2014, the most significant changes were to the SSD models, which now include faster storage options. In early 2015, it’s as though Apple jumped ahead a few years as the long-awaited MacBook Air refresh has arrived. The redesigned laptop is available in both 13 and 15 inches with Intel HD Graphics 6000 graphics built in.

By the end of January, the displays on the 13-inch mid-2013 MacBook Pro models had already failed. The battery then went out entirely in early May 2016.

For more, see what we know about MacOS Monterey and its characteristics, as well as our advice on whether to buy a new Mac now or wait.