macOS Monterey Simulator by Silzee

  • Free Online Simulator
  • Support All Operating Systems (Except Mobile)
  • No Hardware Requirements
  • No Download Needed


What to Expect in Monterey Simulator?

Design of Monterey is a refined version of Big Sur with new features oriented toward performance and privacy.
Also, Shortcuts app introduced to Mac devices with the Monterey to make life easier.
If you’re interested in detailed information, you can read all about Monterey on Apple.



Requirements to Run Monterey Simulator

There are only simple requirements to run macOS Monterey simulator on your device.

  • This will only run on a desktop computer and will not work on mobile devices. Any operating system including Windows, Linux or macOS can be used to experience the Monterey simulator.
  • As the Monterey simulator is an online tool, it requires a stable internet connection to run as expected.

Also you can try our Big Sur Simulator and Ventura Simulator if you’re interested.


Capabilities and Limitations

This online simulator is based on macOS Monterey user interfaces and designed to simulate the features of the Monterey operating system. However, as this is an online simulator, it will not work as a computer or a virtual machine and there are only certain features available.
You can experience the user interfaces and feature updates to macOS interfaces but the features like running software, system configuration will be limited.
These are some of the features that are limited in the Monterey simulator.

  • Xcode
  • Terminal
  • QuickTime
  • AirPlay
  • Wifi
  • Bluetooth
  • Airdrop
  • Shortcuts

Monterey Simulator vs Virtual Machine

As virtual machines depend on hardware support from the device it runs on, it can be difficult or costly at times. But Simulators are capable of running with minimum hardware conditions. Which means it supports almost all the desktop operating systems and browsers where anyone can run the simulator and experience macOS.


You need to clearly know your expectations to run macOS Monterey, so you can choose between whether you need to use a Simulator or a virtual machine.

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