Universal Control will not be accessible when iPadOS 15 launches on Monday, however Apple actually guarantees a fall release window.
An update to the iPadOS 15 page on Apple’s website shows Universal Control will not be accessible until some other time in the fall. The feature was prodded at WWDC, yet it never formally displayed in any of the beta tests for iPadOS 15 or macOS Monterey.
The feature requires a Mac running macOS Monterey to start cursor sharing, so the later release probably corresponds with the macOS Monterey release window. Apple hasn’t said when macOS Monterey will release past “this fall.”
The Universal Control feature will empower a controlling Mac to pass its cursor between an iPad, the controlling Mac, and another Mac. The WWDC demo showed the client get a file across different gadget’s desktops onto the controlling Mac’s desktop.
Apple is relied upon to hold a Mac-focused event in the coming weeks to declare its pro-grade Macs with the “M1X” processor. The organization will probably time the macOS Monterey release with that event.