macOS Monterey is finally making Macs better at gaming — here’s how

macOS Monterey was unveiled during Apple’s WWDC keynote this week, and in a follow-up session the company revealed that the upcoming update will include support for variable refresh rates.

This is a big deal for Mac users who like to play games because Monterey will give all M1-equipped Macs (as well as many recent Intel-based models) the ability to dynamically adjust the refresh rates of their displays so that they sync up with a game’s frame rate. Of course, the display must also supports Adaptive-Sync, a feature of the VESA DisplayPort 1.2a standard.

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