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Apple Releases ‘Mac Wi-Fi Update 1.0’ for Late 2012 Macs

Apple Releases ‘Mac Wi-Fi Update 1.0’ for Late 2012 Macs

Apple has released a new update for it’s most recent Macs, fixing an issue that caused issues with 5GHz wireless networks on affected Macs. The update requires OS X 10.8.2 in order to be applied.

About Mac Wi-Fi Update 1.0

This update is recommended for all late 2012 Mac systems. This update improves compatibility when using the 5GHz band in Wi-Fi.

Boot ROM or SMC Version Information: To confirm the update has been applied, the CFBundleVersion string of the AirPortBrcm4311.kext will need to be checked.

New driver delivered in update: AirPortBrcm4331.kext CFBundleVersion = 612.20.15

The update is available now through the Mac App Store on affected Macs, as well as for direct download from Apple’s support site.

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