Another macOS update is messing more up than it fixes, with Mac clients detailing a large group of frightful issues — including bricked MacBooks.
“The 8 April 2020 Supplemental Update for Catalina 10.15.4 brought the framework down for a couple of hours,” said one banner on Apple own conversation discussions.
“Cautioning macOS Catalina 10.15.4 Supplemental Update BRICKED my 13 inch Macbook 2018!” posted another client on MacRumors’ gatherings.
“This bricked my 2019 MBP. Not giving capacity to gadgets either. Needs a SMC reset however won’t acknowledge it,” posted a third. “Be apprehensive, be apprehensive. Timing couldn’t be increasingly merciless.”
Different clients announced that the download didn’t work at all through the App Store.
This supplemental update for macOS 10.15.4 Catalina, discharged Wednesday (April 8), was intended to determine issues made by the 10.15.4 update in late March.
That previous update made issues with frameworks slamming during enormous document moves, disappointments to wake up from rest mode, lethargic USB-C ports, irregular restarts and even piece alarms.
The new update may for sure fix those, yet it is by all accounts compounding the situation. Until Apple sifts through this all, don’t introduce the Supplemental Update for Catalina 10.15.4.
In the event that you have done as such and your machine is stuck or in any case hangs, one banner on Apple’s conversations discussions may have discovered a route around the issue.
“I went to Recovery Mode, ran the Disk Utilities First Aid and afterward rebooted once more,” tim01 posted. “My screen came up and I had the option to sign in.”