When trying to update your macOS software to Big Sur, you may have experienced installation delays of hours or even days. People were
has now confirmed a download problem from 10 a.m. on Thursday.
Updating my MacBook Pro to Big Sur. 12 GB. "About 4 hours remaining"— Avi Greengart (@greengart) November 12, 2020
(I have gigabit Ethernet; this is a server issue)
((Held off testing the beta because it's the only Mac I have in.))
The servers appear to be very slow as the update fails completely for some customers. Having said that there was “about 17 hours left” the
for a CNET reporter and won’t restart now.
I've had the Big Sur installation fail 5 or 6 times, and now it won't even restart. Are tons of people trying this for some reason? Not sure why things are flailing for this upgrade when Apple generally has been solid for high bandwidth downloads. pic.twitter.com/kWQVQT9fqK— Stephen Shankland (@stshank) November 12, 2020
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According to Apple’s system status page, the persistent MacOS 11 issue is affecting “some users”.
„“Users may not be able to download macOS software updates on Mac computers, “says Apple.” The issue is currently being investigated. ”
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for further comment.
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