Apple Releases macOS 11.2.2 Update
For MacBook users, Apple has released a small update (Feb 27, 2021) macOS. With the release of macOS Big Sur move to 11.2.2. Today’s post will review the updated details. Apple Releases macOS 11.2.2 Update
All software makers release updates. The updates improve performance, add features, or address vulnerabilities found in the software. You know if it is a major or a minor update based on the number of the version. In the case of macOS
11 – Version of operating system
2 – second major update of version
2 – first minor update to the 2nd major update
About macOS 11.2.2
macOS users should be seeing a pop-up saying An update is available for your Mac or can go into System Preferences -> Software Update to trigger the update.
The information on 11.2.2 says it is to prevent MacBook Pro (2019 or later) and MacBook Air (2020 or later) laptops from being damaged by non-compliant 3rd party USB-C hubs and docks.
There are no other fixes included as part of 11.2.2.
This is a minor update for Apple, but this one is important for anyone who is using a USB-C dock or hub that did not come from Apple.
- Apple – What’s New in update 11.2.2