Apple Rolls Out First Update for New MacBook Pro Models

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Apple introduced its new MacBook Pro on Monday during the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, and by the end of the day had already released the first update for the new models. MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) Software Update 1.0 “includes fixes that improve graphics stability, external display support, and USB 3 device support,” according to the release notes.

New MacBook Pro gets its first software updateNew MacBook Pro gets its first software update

Apple introduced two MacBook Pro lines at WWDC; one that uses the familiar unibody design the laptop is known for, and a second that includes a retina display, solid state data storage, dual Thunderbolt ports, but no optical drive.

MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) Software Update 1.0 is available for compatible Macs via the Software Update application or as a downloadable installer at the Apple Support website.

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2 Comments

geoduck

Are you going to have a hands on review of the new MacBook Pro models? I’d love to see a side by side comparison of the two, benchmarks, boot times, how the screen looks with productivity apps, photo/video editing apps, games etc. I’m trying to decide which one to go with, a base retina or a tricked out non retina version.

furbies

It’s a tad disturbing that Apple has already got a bug fix released…

Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad that Apple releases fixes ASAP (most of the time) but I wonder if Apple isn’t pushing the envelope just a bit.

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