With not many days on the market, we already know of a bug that is affecting some users with the new 12-inch MacBook. Apparently, certain computers are experiencing a bug in the system configuration wizard leaving the system screen with a spinning wheel.
Apple has not been slow in making a statement and has offered two solutions for this error on its official website. The first is to allow the computer to continue working for 30 minutes , enough time for the system to continue the installation normally.
The second method consists of doing the configuration without connecting to the internet , so when the configuration wizard asks you to select the Wi-Fi network, you have to click on Continue without selecting a network. If you are using an Ethernet wired Internet connection, you will need to disconnect it so that your MacBook does not have access to the network.
Once setup is complete, we can reboot the system and join a Wi-Fi network or connect an Ethernet cable to add our iCloud account. In the event that an error occurs during setup that tells us that our account already exists, Apple recommends creating a temporary user to complete the setup process.
Cupertino also reports that if the configuration wizard freezes at some point we won’t have to restart it , as this would cause the process to restart again. Anyway, we hope that this will be the case for a few people and that users who buy this new MacBook will be able to use it without any complications.