A few days ago, we revealed a bug in the new Apple operating system that was causing problems for users. However, now macOS Big Sur seems to be creating even more problems for some 2013 and 2014 MacBook Pro users.
While installing the operating system on the devices, it appears that a fatal bug appears during its installation, causing the screen to be completely darkened, with the clear feeling that it is stuck. The bad news is that it gets stuck, but worse, when it does nothing else cannot be done on the machine, not even a reinstall of macOS Catalina.
At the time of writing, the technical reasons for this issue are not yet known, nor exactly which models are affected. In fact, in the Apple and Reddit forums, we can see that the majority of affected users claim to have a 2013 or mid-2014 13 ″ MacBook Pro. This does not mean that other newer models cannot be affected by this problem.
macOS Big Sur is causing serious problems on some MacBook Pros
Apple has yet to officially acknowledge the problem, however, one user who claims to have contacted Apple customer service says the company is offering to schedule a repair at an Apple Store.
In any case, it seems that due to the nature of the problem, it is not possible to remotely remedy this fatal error.
Available since last week, macOS Big Sur is expected to be compatible with 2014 iMac, iMac Pro 2017, Mac Pro 2013, Mac Mini 2014, MacBook 2015, MacBook Air 2013 and MacBook Pro 2013 models. It is also the first version of macOS designed for ARM macs equipped with the new Apple M1 chip.
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