If you are using the latest Macs with an M1 chipset then many things need to know. Apple has introduced their new processors for the Mac systems and has removed the intel processors. This new Mac chipset is known as M1. In the near future, M1 Pro processors will be used in Apple’s Macbook Pro and related Macs.
Moreover, this change in hardware means that some of the functions use a different approach to activate and deactivate. Furthermore, some of the troubleshooting methods are also changed due to the change of the Intel process to Mac M1 Chipset. This is why I am here to guide you and to explain the different methods and approaches that you have to take.
If you are facing issues with system software on your Mac device then Reinstall Mac OS may be a necessary troubleshooting step. Reinstall Mac OS On Latest M1 Apple Silicon can sometimes help to resolve System Crashes, App issues, Poor Performance, and many other unexpected behaviors that can’t easily be tracked down or fixed.
However, on a Mac system, you can easily reinstall Mac OS while keeping all of your important/personal data and settings securely saved on your device storage. This reinstallation method of Mac OS can be performed by booting your Mac device in recovery mode or from a USB stick.
Old Mac users probably know the method of booting their Mac devices into recovery mode. However, The method has changed since Apple has started using their own Mac M1 Chipset instead of Intel chipset. Moreover, many users switched from the Windows platform to the Mac Os platform. So these users also required some guidance regarding their new Mac device.
How To Reinstall Mac OS On Latest M1 Apple Silicon
On Intel Mac, we were pressing the (Command + R) keys simultaneously while booting up the Mac device to access recovery mode. However, on Apple Silicone M1 Mac devices we have use a slightly different approach. So, without taking much of your time let’s get to the process.
- If your Mac system is booted up, you have to shut down your system.
- Press the Apple logo in the menu bar.
- From the drop-down menu select Shut Down.
- Once your Mac system is shut down then press and hold the power/Touch ID button.
- Keep pressing the power/Touch ID button even if the Apple Logo appears.
- Once you see the “loading Start Up” option release the power/Touch ID button.
- The Start-Up drive option will now appear on the screen right under the Apple Logo.
- Take your mouse and hover it above the “Option” and click on continue.
- Admin authentication will appear if your device is set-up with the Admin option.
- Now you will be taken to the Mac OS utility screen.
- This screen is also known as recovery mode.
- Now tap on the “Reinstall macOS Big Sur” option.
- This is the second option from the top.
- Now tap on Continue.
- From now on you have to follow all of the instructions given to you on your device screen.
Reinstalling Mac OS on your device depends on the processing speed of your Mac system and the WiFi connection to your device. This may consume approximately 15 to 30 minutes. So be patient and don’t press random buttons on your device.
Moreover, all of the instructions and steps are given above are for reinstalling Mac OS while keeping all of the data and settings securely saved on your device. Furthermore, this method explained above will only work on M1 Mac. If you are using Intel Mac then you should use the old method i.e pressing the (Command + R) keys simultaneously while booting up the Mac device.
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