Apple releases macOS 11.2.2 with an interesting focus: it is supposed to prevent damage to the Mac Logiboard if USB-C peripherals are connected that do not adhere to standards.
It is said that USB-C hardware that dances out of line has irreparably damaged the logic board. Apple now wants to prevent this via software. Since the entire USB-C universe is very complex, it is understandable that there is a separate comprehensive update that you can download now.
The MacBook Pro model years 2019 and newer as well as the MacBook Air 2020 or newer are primarily affected by this problem.
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