We’ve seen a slew of technological releases this October, including the popular Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, as well as the new Samsung Galaxy Flip 3 Individual Edition. Nothing, however, was comparable to Apple’s newest lineup, which included the new MacBook series, AirPods 2, and macOS Monterey, after years of waiting. However, after putting the new operating system on their Macs, many customers have complained that their computers have been bricked.
How did the public react to macOS Monterey issues?
Customers who are seeking assistance with the problem have taken their concerns to Twitter in order to gain more attention so that Apple’s customer support staff could come up with a solution. The most typical issue reported by consumers was that their mac had quit operating or that they had switched it off and could not switch it back on as a result of the new OS. A few individuals even said that you take responsibility for updating your computer’s operating system at your own risk.
This isn’t the first time that a new operating system has bricked earlier Mac versions, and it happened last year when the ‘Bigsur’ OS had the same issues and was fixed after the dust settled; we’re implying that it’s better to wait for Apple’s support team to fully develop the OS for all Mac models before upgrading.
If you are a member of the aforementioned group of customers who own mac with the new silicon chip, often known as the M1 chip, worry not; this new Monterey OS is supposed to be functioning properly, and no other users have reported issues with it.