Apple Macs with the new M1 chip that have encountered issues with Bluetooth connectivity will have a solution for macOS Big Sur, at least in theory.
We say this because Apple hasn’t released an official statement on the Bluetooth bug – which apparently hit buyers of the new Mac mini and M1-based MacBooks according to a report from Wccftech – but rather an Apple support representative.
I solved my Mac M1’s Bluetooth issues by plugging in my keyboard and purchasing a Logitech mouse with its Bluetooth dongle. (Apple tells me a fix for MacOS is in progress and coming up almost anytime. But damn.) January 10, 2021
Ian Bogost, a contributing writer at The Atlantic, broke the news of an upcoming – and upcoming – macOS fix but later made it clear that this news was shared by Apple Support, so it should be taken with a grain of salt.
Time will tell, but still this is a sign of hope. We got in touch with Apple to see if there really is …
- According to this source Apple Macs with M1 chips may soon get a fix for reported Bluetooth issues
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