macOS Sonoma 14.1 Introduces Liquid Detection for USB-C Ports
The most recent macOS release features a function called liquid detection that will notify Apple if any liquid is found in the USB-C ports.
According to 9to5Mac, the macOS Sonoma 14.1 update comes with a new system daemon dubbed “liquid detectiond,” which can determine when the computer has been in contact with liquids.
According to the study, this daemon operates in the background to gather liquid detection analysis from every USB-C port on the Mac.A “Liquid Detection and Corrosion Mitigation Daemon” is the name given to this facility.
A comparable daemon on iPads and iPhones notifies users when there is liquid detected in the connector. According to the code, the daemon on the Mac is just utilized for “analytics” and has nothing to do with user functionality.
It looks like Apple is finally going to give Mac users an alert that looks like the iOS. Even for items like the iPhone, Apple Watch, and some AirPods models that are water-resistant, Apple’s limited warranty does not cover damage brought on by liquids.
The first significant update to Apple’s new working framework is macOS Sonoma 14.1. Various new highlights and bug fixes are remembered for the update.
Clients may now main tunes, collections, and playlists in the Music application, very much as they do on iPhones. In the library, favorites are conveniently filtered and accessible.
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Users can now check the AppleCare+ status of their Mac and AirPods that are linked by using a new option in System Settings.
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