There’s a reason Apple makes its wireless keyboards have Lightning ports. As well as being how you charge them, it’s how you can turn the keyboard — or trackpad — into a wired device when you need to. And you need to, at least sometimes, because Bluetooth wireless technology can be exasperating.
Bluetooth may be the way we get these great wireless keyboards, mice, and AirPods, but sometimes you can run into trouble that a simple device reconnect won’t fix. If you’re having problems with Bluetooth on macOS Big Sur, here’s what you have to do.
How to reset Bluetooth on macOS Big Sur