Several users of older MacBook, significantly 2013 and 2014 fashions, have complained of their machines getting bricked after updating to macOS Big Sur. These users have claimed that their Macs present a black display screen after they tried to set up the brand new software program. The affected Macbooks are mentioned to be MacE book Pro (Retina, 13-inch, late 2013) and MacE book Pro (Retina, 13-inch, mid-2014).
Apple has launched a assist doc the place it provides steps to set up macOS Big Sur on these MacE book Pro fashions. As per the docuement, “When you install macOS Big Sur on these Mac models, the installer might say that the update cannot be installed on this computer, or your Mac might start up to a blank screen or circle with a line through it.” In such circumstances, Apple has listed the steps under to resolve the problem:
* Press and maintain the facility button in your Mac for a minimum of 10 seconds, then launch. If your Mac is on, it turns off.
* Unplug all exterior gadgets out of your Mac, together with any shows and USB equipment, and take away any card inserted within the SDXC card slot. Then flip your Mac on.
* If the problem persists, reset the SMC as described for pocket book computer systems with a nonremovable battery.
* If the problem persists, reset NVRAM or PRAM.
Apple additional says that if none of these options work, these users ought to contact Apple Support for additional help. Apple has additionally launched a brand new model of macOS Big Sur 11.0.1. However, it isn’t clear if it resolves this problem with older MacE book Pro fashions.