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And already has an update for the new MacBooks Pro (Mid 2012); AirPort Utility gets new versions for iOS and OS X [atualizado]

And already has an update for the new MacBooks Pro (Mid 2012);  AirPort Utility gets new versions for iOS and OS X [atualizado]

Today’s battery of updates isn’t over yet.

Apple released the MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) Software Update 1.0, recommended for all MacBooks Pro that go on sale today. The update – which should already be available in the Software Update (Software Update) for those already launching today – includes fixes that improve graphics stability, support for external displays and devices that use USB 3.0 connectors.

Along with the new AirPort Express, Apple also released AirPort Utility 1.1 for iGadgets [5,4MB; universal, requer o iOS 5.0 ou superior de iPads e iPhones/iPods touch], and 6.1 for OS X [22MB] – already available in Software Update (Software Update), bringing support to configure and manage the new station and to configure stations using the IPv6 protocol.

AirPort Utility 6.1 can also be downloaded directly from the Apple website, as well as AirPort Utility 5.6.1 – for Mac and Windows.

Update

MacBook Pro (Retina) Trackpad Update 1.0 is also out [1,26MB], which fixes an issue that could prevent the trackpad from consistently responding to user input. The update is installed in the Applications / Utilities folder and runs automatically – just follow the instructions to complete the process.