Sierra MacOS users report problems with Logitech mice and monitors




Some users of Mac systems who have upgraded their OS to version 10:12 Sierra, experienced problems with the use of various Logitech mice. In addition, giving users that the resolution of external monitors not being able to scale up to 1080p.

Some users of Logitech mice indicate stuttering when scrolling experience, while in others some buttons no longer, or do not properly respond after the update to their Mac system for MacOS Sierra. In particular, it is the M705 wireless mouse from Logitech Performance MX. It is not known whether other models also cause problems.

Users are reporting problems with the forums of MacRumors and the community page of Logitech, where they were, moreover, raised even before the official release of MacOS 10:12 Sierra. The cause seems to lie at least in part to the lack of support from the Sierra Logitech Control Center. An employee of the company let know it is not known when LCC gets Siera support.

On Reddit add multiple users that they can put an external monitor with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels is no longer at a resolution higher than 1920×1080 pixels. Also on the support forums Apple to give people this experience problems. “I have a 2105 Retina MacBook Pro with an external 4K display, Asus PB287Q, and since updating to Sierra yesterday, I can no longer scaled resolutions choose between 1920×1080 and 3840×2160 pixels,” reported user dkentley example. Users with different types of monitors are with him. Again, it is not known how widespread are the problems.

It happens often after a major update of an OS that peripherals are problems. Apple releases OS X 10.9 Mavericks since its Mac software in public beta to iron most of the problems for the smooth release.


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