There is no hurry to replace Apple’s new computers.
Apple recently unveiled its first Apple M1 PC proprietary processor in conjunction with three completely revamped computer systems, the Mac mini, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Of course, the mac Sur Big Sur operating system, pre-installed on new Apple devices, has been adapted to Apple’s new processor. This works in principle with no issues, but only if the user is not trying to reset (reset), as the system is easily blocked.
When a user tries to replace the new macOS Big Sur operating system with the new Mac mini, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro with the Apple M1 processor, a message appears on the screen indicating that an error has occurred when prepare for the updates. The main problem here is that the user did not have to cancel or waive this warning. Fortunately, this problem can be solved, but only if the user is safe on a computer, otherwise the help of an authorized service technician will be needed.
The problem with replacing the macOS Big Sur operating system in conjunction with the new Mac mini, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro with the Apple M1 processor can be solved in two ways. It can start debugging mode or use the Configurator 2 software tool, which must have another Apple system and a USB cable to connect to a blocked computer. Apple has yet to respond to the problem, and experts believe its developers are already working to fix the problem as soon as possible.