What you need to know
- Apple plans to fix M1 Bluetooth issues in an upcoming software update.
- Many users of Apple's first Apple silicon Macs have been plagued by Bluetooth connectivity issues.
Apple plans to fix Bluetooth issues with its M1 Macs in an upcoming software update, according to the latest reports.
As the report notes, Ian Bogost on Twitter states that Apple has said a fix is on the way for the issue:
Welcome news for all M1 users suffering from the issues, unfortunately, there isn't a time scale for the update aside from "forthcoming at any time." The revelation from Bogost does however confirm that the Bluetooth issues users have been experiencing seem to be software-related, given that Apple plans to patch the problem in a future update.
Apple unveiled its new Mac lineups featuring the first-ever Apple silicon chip at its 'One more thing' event in November of 2020. From Apple:
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