MacOS Big Sur users are having many issues with the device. Apple has recently launched new Mac devices running on its homemade silicon. Now the company is facing several issues regarding its new update. Apparently, several users have complained about Apple services such as iMessage, or even Apple Pay, not working for them.
People wanting to download and install the company’s major update for Macs titled MacOS Big Sur have problems with that. However, reports suggest that Apple has acknowledged the issue and is working around the clock to ensure timely restoration of all services.
On Apple’s System Status page, you will be able to monitor why exactly your device or Mac isn’t functioning properly. One of those problems is the macOS Software Update tool. According to sources, Apple is also experiencing issues with Apple Card. Owners are not able to manage their credit card via the website. Apple Pay was also experiencing issues as well as with Maps Traffic and Maps Routing and Navigation.
According to Twitter user Jeff Thompson who goes by the Twitter handle @lapcatsoftware, Apple has offered a temporary fix involving a paid app called Little Snitch. It appears to help fix the problem. Though Apple apps are down, for now, the Cupertino giant is most likely trying hard to solve this issue.
But the major concern for Apple now is fixing its update systems as most of the users wanted to try out the new mac update. And along with the launch of Apple’s arm-based devices, the update failure could mean a major disappointment for Apple’s users. It could cause spew trouble for the company if not fixed soon.