MacOS Monterey 12.1 fixes tap to click, charging difficulties, and other issues that MacBook users have experienced.

Monterey 12.1

Apple plans to release macOS Monterey 12.1 to the public in the near future, resolving a number of flaws that have been plaguing Mac users for the past few weeks. According to Apple’s release notes, the update resolves an issue that causes the trackpad to become unresponsive to user taps or clicks. Previously, following dozens of complaints on the internet, there were reports in regard to the Tap to Click problem.

Furthermore, the new MacBook Pro models from 2021 are affected by a YouTube bug that causes HDR content playing to fail, with a patch arriving in macOS Monterey 12.1.

MacOS Monterey 12.1 will address the following issues:

Furthermore, owners of the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros have been experiencing an issue that causes charging to cease when the lid is closed, which Apple appears to have corrected in the update.

They have fixed a number of additional bugs in macOS Monterey 12.1, including one that caused the Desktop and Screen Saver to appear blank after picking a photo from the library. Another issue has been that external monitors connected through Thunderbolt or USB-C do not charge.

What else is going on with the giant from Cupertino?

In other MacBook news, customers are experiencing slower transfer speeds and inaccessible data while using the SD card slot on the new MacBook Pro, which is not something you want after spending a significant amount of money on Apple’s newest.

The experience is “very flakey” for one 14-inch MacBook Pro user with the M1 Pro processor running the newest version of macOS since the system takes roughly 1 minute to identify an SD card and occasionally puts up an error message. Another customer claims that when the Mac tries to read an SD card, the Finder crashes.

Multiple reports on the internet, according to MacRumors, appear to indicate a big issue with the SD card reader on the upcoming 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models for 2021. Various SD cards appear to be having problems.

Another customer notes out that in most situations, formatting the SD card using the MacBook Pro does not seem to cure the problem. Some users have also confirmed that using a USB-C adapter with an identical SD card works.

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