Apple Releases macOS Big Sur 11.2 To The Public With Bluetooth, External Display Fixes, More

Apple today released macOS Big Sur 11.2 to the public following no fewer than three different release candidates being released to developers over the last week.

This new update includes some important bug fixes for various Macs and should be downloaded ASAP.

Top of the list of bug fixies includes one that previously saw Bluetooth devices misbehave when connected to some Macs. That’s supposedly been improved in this u[date, as has the way external displays behave when connected using an HDMI to DVI adapter.

The full rundown of reliability and bug fixes in this new macOS Big Sur 11.2 update includes:

  • External displays may show a black screen when connected to a Mac mini (M1, 2020) using an HDMI to DVI converter
  • Edits to Apple ProRAW photos in the Photos app may not save
  • iCloud Drive could turn off after disabling the iCloud Drive Desktop & Documents Folders option
  • System Preferences may not unlock when entering your administrator password
  • Globe key may not display the Emoji & Symbols pane when pressed

Mac users can download this latest update via the System Preferences app. Clicking on the Software Update panel should be enough to make the update appear for download. However, anyone who doesn’t see the update right now should try again in a few hours – Apple’s servers are currently receiving quite a lot of traffic.

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