Apple fixes macOS Monterey flaw that bricked some T2 Macs | Engadget
According to 9to5Mac, Apple told YouTuber Rene Ritchie it fixed a firmware issue preventing some Macs with T2 security chips from starting. It's not clear if you'll have to send your Mac in for service, but it's safe to presume this could sour your Monterey experience. New upgraders who install Monterey will now get updated firmware alongside the OS. The T2 chip exists in most Macs released between 2018 and 2020.Apple didn't say which systems were most likely to be affected. As common as OS launch bugs may be, they're seldom this serious.Statement from Apple on macOS issues. Full text in alt description: pic.twitter.com/zmSIjoUT48Please enter a valid email address If you ran into trouble, you'll have to contact Apple technical support.
MacOS Monterey didn't have the most graceful launch for some users. According to 9to5Mac, Apple told YouTuber Rene Ritchie it fixed a firmware issue preventing some Macs with T2 security chips from s… [+656 chars]