Apple fixes Bluetooth problems in new macOS Big Sur update


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The Bluetooth issues that plagued many M1 Mac users may be a factor of the past. 

Apple has launched macOS Huge Sur 11.2, an update which brings a number of fixes and improvements. Per the corporate's launch notes, the update "improves Bluetooth reliability," and though no further particulars are provided, it in all probability refers back to the reported Bluetooth issues that some M1 Mac house owners have been having. 

These included not with the ability to hook up with some peripherals, as well as being randomly disconnected from Bluetooth units. In early January, Apple said a repair was on the best way. 

Massive Sur 11.2 additionally fixes a problem during which exterior displays might have proven a black display when related to a M1 Mac mini utilizing an HDMI to DVI converter. 

Different fixes, per Apple's launch notes: 

  • Edits to Apple ProRAW pictures in the Pictures app might not save

  • iCloud Drive might flip off after disabling the iCloud Drive Desktop & Documents Folders choice

  • System Preferences might not unlock when getting into your administrator password

  • Globe key might not show the Emoji & Symbols pane when pressed

MacOS Massive Sur 11.2 is out there now; you can begin the update process from System Preferences -> Software Replace.