Apple has announced the release of an emergency update to the new MacOS Montessori operating system to address issues that users of its computers may be complaining about.
According to Apple, some Mac users began to complain about issues with their computers stopping working after downloading MacOS Montessori 12.0.1, which launched on October 25, and when they tried to restart their devices, the computers did not reload. The operating system is correct.
Experts point out that this problem is caused by software vulnerabilities in the new operating system, and that this vulnerability has affected the work of computers equipped with Apple T2 electronic security chips, and has not affected Mac computers equipped with Apple M1 chips.
For its part, Apple has called for those affected by these issues to download an emergency update to the operating system and contact electronic support services through its official websites. :
– iMac Pro
– Mac Pro (2019)
– iMac (Retina 5K 27 inch, 2020 release)
– Mac Mini- (Lam 2018)
– MacBook – 13-inch version 2020
– MacBook Air – 13 Inch – 2019
– MacBook Air – 13 Inch – 2018
– MacBook Pro – 13 Inch – 2020 Dual Thunderbolt with 3 ports
– 13-Inch MacBook Pro – 2020 with four Thunderbolt 3 ports
– MacBook Pro – 16 Inch-2019
– MacBook Pro – 13 Inch – 2019 Dual Thunderbolt with 3 ports
– MacBook Pro – 15 Inch-2019
– MacBook Pro-13in-2019 with four Thunderbolt 3 ports
– 15-Inch MacBook Pro – 2018
– 2018 13-Inch MacBook Pro with four Thunderbolt 3 ports.
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