Apple launches macOS 11.2.2 version to fix the USB-C hub problem
Apple today launched macOS 11.2.2 version to solve some bugs, this version is a bug fix version so it does not contain any new features, mainly to improve the compatibility errors that exist in the USB-C hub.
In previous versions, some USB-C hubs may cause compatibility issues incorrectly after being connected. The system pops up a prompt stating that connecting these hubs may damage the device.
However, the Mac device itself has fewer interfaces, and the hub is a peripheral device that many users often use. The good news is that users have feedback to Apple and confirmed by Apple that these so-called compatibility errors are system problems rather than USB-C hub problems.
So in this repaired version, Apple has dealt with the problem. Users only need to upgrade this version and then connect to the USB-C hub to avoid similar errors.
If you need to update the user, you can go to System Preferences and click the Software Update button to get the latest version. The update also contains other partial fixes. It is recommended that users install it in time.