Apple has released an update for the firmware governing the company’s Thunderbolt Display, the company’s Thunderbolt-enabled successor to its Cinema Display line. The patch notes for Thunderbolt Display Firmware version 1.0 are vague, saying only that the firmware patch, “improves the stability of the Apple Thunderbolt Display.”
The company also noted that the, “updater application will be installed in the Utilities folder inside the Application folder and will be launched automatically when you close this installer.”
If you have a Mac equipped with Thunderbolt, you’ll find the firmware update in Software Update. You can also download a standalone installer from Apple’s support site as a 923K download.
Apple released a separate firmware update for Snow Leopard users.