Apple redesigned Safari tab interface with macOS Monterey Beta 3 after complaints

Apple released the third beta of its upcoming macOS 12. And following the user’s complaints, the company revamped Safari look with the latest beta of macOS Monterey. The tab bar of Safari is now more similar to the current bar in macOS BigSur.

Further, the tabs are all arranged on the top of the display to reduce the space taken on the top of the window. Just like Google’s Chrome, Apple added a dedicated URL/search bar on the top of the Safari window, with tabs rearranged below the bar, where the users can rearrange them and make them active by clicking.

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After upgrading to beta 3 of macOS Monterey, the separate tab bar is enabled by default, while the users can also revert back to the initial Monterey design. The users can also switch to the original design by going to View and then toggle off ‘Show Saperated Tab Bar’.

The Universal Control currently is not functional, but it has several added tweaks, the latest beta 3 also lays the groundwork for Universal Control, There are now preferences that the users can set through in the Universal Control by:

-> System Preferences

-> Displays

-> Add display

-> Advanced

There were some tweaks that the macOS Monterey beta 3 brings and there are a lot more functionalities to come in further beta updates.