After Apple released the iOS 17.2 update for iPhone devices, watchOS 10.2 for Apple smart watches. Mac users had a share of this, as Apple released the macOS Sonoma 14.2 update. The new update also included a set of new features, improvements to the user experience, and some security updates and fixes. Follow this article with us, and we will share with you all the new features in the macOS Sonoma 14.2 update.

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What are the new features in the macOS Sonoma 14.2 update for Mac devices?

Apple did not add a large group of new features in macOS Sonoma 14.2, but it focused on the user experience and added a feature that was of great importance to users, which is automatic filling in PDF files. In addition, Apple has added some new updates to the Messages app, Weather app, and Clock app. We will explain all these additions to you in detail in the following paragraphs.

From, macOS is an operating system developed by Apple Inc. It is the successor to OS X and was recently updated to version 14.2, codenamed Sonoma.

Auto-fill feature in PDF files

With the auto-fill feature you can fill in empty fields in any PDF file you want. For example, if you want to add any information you want such as addresses, names or numbers through the Auto Fill feature. In addition, you can fill out this information through the Contacts app.

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Weather app widget updates

Apple has added new updates to the Weather widget in macOS Sonoma. What is striking here is that this widget is very interactive compared to its counterpart in iOS 17, and you can add it directly to the desktop.

After you add the new weather widget to your desktop, a widget for rainfall forecasts during the coming hours will appear in front of you, a widget for sunrise timing based on your location, and finally, a widget for wind speed.

From, a screenshot of the Clock app on an Apple Watch running macOS.

New updates in the watch application

You can now add more than one timer at the same time. In other words, the watch application now supports adding more than one timer during the same period. This is very useful if you want to set timers for more than one reason during the same period.

In addition, you give each timer a name that distinguishes it from the other, with the option to restart this timer again if you want. The Clock app in macOS Sonoma 14.2 also suggests that you choose from preset timers.

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New updates in the Messages app

Apple has made it easier for you to access unread messages. This is where an arrow will appear for you through which you can move to the first unread message in any conversation you choose. In addition, there are some stickers that you can use to respond to messages.

From, a MacBook and an iPhone, running macOS Sonoma 14.2, are shown next to each other.

Other additions in the macOS Sonoma 14.2 update

  • Allows you to disable the use of your Apple Music listening history during focus periods so that the music doesn't affect your concentration.
  • The keyboard now supports 7 additional official languages.

There are some features that are not available in all regions, or on all official Apple devices.

From, macOS Sonoma 14.2 is an operating system.

How do you download the macOS Sonoma 14.2 update to your Mac?

Before you download the new update, you will need a stable internet source and restart your device after successfully downloading the update. Don't forget to keep a backup copy of the data on your device.

  1. Open the Apple menu.
  2. Click on System Settings on the left side.
  3. Choose General or General.
  4. If there is a new update available for your device, you will see the option to update or update.
  5. If you don't have this option, you can try again later.

From macOS Sonoma is the latest operating system offered by Apple for Mac devices. It provides a smooth and user-friendly experience, making it easy to navigate and access different applications and features. With version

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