The latest macOS Monterey update could render your Mac useless

This week, Apple released macOS Monterey 12.3, the latest update to its desktop operating system. Despite all the news he brings with him, like Universal Control and a new set of Emojisit seems that it also comes with a serious issue that could render your Mac inoperable.

This is how different users started reporting it through the internet; making a big echo in particular in the forum of the developers Apple. Now, pirate of life confirms this in a recent post, where they warn users who want to update to macOS Monterey 12.3 that your computer could become unusable.

However, it is important to clarify that this possibility is very remote. Until now, macOS Monterey 12.3 performs well enough for the most part However, the problem would arise if your computer had undergone a motherboard change, which would inevitably lead to it becoming a very expensive paperweight.

Mac computers most affected by this update

Likewise, the computers that were most affected were the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, which, as already mentioned, had change of motherboard. What happens is that once the laptop update is complete, it will stop turning on completely, leaving it in an unusable state and with little chance of fixing system errors. operation.

Other users with a bit more luck say that yes they can start their computer. However, when powering on, an operating system runtime failure, also known as iBoot Panic, appears. As a result, the update is not carried out and the equipment ends up with erratic behavior in its place.