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Apple Says Fix is on the Way For Issue With Ultrawide Monitors on M1 Apple Silicon Macs

Apple Says Fix is on the Way For Issue With Ultrawide Monitors on M1 Apple Silicon Macs

Users of some ultrawide and super-ultrawide external monitors are experiencing an issue where some monitor resolutions are not available when being used with an Apple Silicon M1 Mac. Apple says a fix is on the way.

When either so-called ultrawide or super-ultrawide displays are connected to the new Macs, macOS Big Sur does not offer the ability to set certain resolutions. While the monitors are built to display a range of resolutions, but those are simply not listed in the System Preferences, Display pane.

“Apple is aware of this issue,” says the company in a new support document, “and resolution is planned for a future macOS update.”

Apple has not confirmed when a fix will be released, saying only that “this document will be updated as more information becomes available.”

It isn’t clear at this time how widespread the issue is, or whether it is limited to only certain monitor brands.

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