Apple today released MacBook Air (Late 2010) Software Update 1.0, a minor update for users of the company's just-revamped MacBook Air.
This update fixes a few graphics issues including:
- Resolves an issue where the system becomes unresponsive while playing back a movie trailer in iMovie.
- Resolves an issue where the system becomes unresponsive after waking from sleep when an external display is connected.
This update is recommended for users of all MacBook Air notebooks manufactured in late 2010.
The update weighs in at 368 KB and requires Mac OS X 10.6.4, the standard operating system shipping on the new machines.
Apple also released ProKit 6.0 (SnowLeopard), addressing issues with the user interface package for Apple's professional applications.
This ProKit Update fixes issues with user interface software that is shared by Apple's professional applications. The issues addressed include:
- Improves reliability for browsing iPhoto libraries in Aperture.
- Addresses cosmetic issue with appearance of disclosure triangles in Aperture.
- Fixes a problem in Logic Pro and MainStage where numeric parameters display incorrect information.
This update is recommended for all users of Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Pro, Motion, Soundtrack Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Aperture, Final Cut Express, Soundtrack, Logic Studio, Logic Pro, MainStage, WaveBurner and Logic Express.
The update weighs in at 13.5 MB and requires Mac OS X Snow Leopard. It is not a MacBook Air-specific update.