Having difficulty linking Bluetooth devices to your genius new M1 Mac Mini? Not alone, are you.
Wccftech‘s software forum first spotted user concerns regarding Reddit, where new owners worried about several Bluetooth-related problems. This most frustrating being attached Bluetooth keyboards quit functioning on reboot, forcing the owner to have to fit a wired keyboard at start-up.
YouTuber complains trouble of connecting bluetooth
YouTuber Patrick Tomasso, who hopped onto the Apple M1 site, also suffered from related Bluetooth problems and posted a video venting his anger about Bluetooth’s output.
When Apple first released the M1 Mac Mini, Tomasso praised the computer as he made a video. He claims it’s the “best laptop he’s ever used in terms of processor.”
The problem he is currently experiencing, though, made his comment that it still has the “worst Bluetooth performance” he had ever seen “on any piece of technology.” He remembered using both the Logitech MX Master 3 and the Magic Mouse 2, which intermittently lost communication to the M1 Mac Mini device.
Also, Youtuber said that while attaching his Apple AirPods Pro and other wireless Bluetooth devices to his phone, he still faced the same problems.
It looks like Tomasso isn’t the only one complaining about the M1 Mac Mini’s Bluetooth output.
Interestingly, some individuals complain of similar problems with other non-M1 Macs in the comments to the film, indicating that bad Bluetooth output might not be restricted to the newer M1 Macs and may be more prevalent.
If you are suffering from these problems, your corrections are currently very minimal. Any users claim that a hard reboot clears things, whilst others complain that the issues clear up only to return after a couple of days.
Amazing M1 Chip from Apple
The first in-house Apple chip specially built for Macs, also known as the M1 chip, was successfully released on November 17. So far, with its excellent results, the processor continues to surprise tech enthusiasts.
Both of the Macs has two configurations utilizing the latest processor, according to Tom’s Hardware, plus two Intel configurations are also included in the Macbook Pro, while the Mac Mini only provides one Intel configuration.
All seems to be going well so far, performance-wise—except for Mac Mini users.