Apple releases Mac OS X 10.1.1

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It's been a busy day for the folks at Apple. This morning they released a new AirPort Base Station, as well as AirPort Software 2.0 -- late this afternoon they released an update to their system software, bringing it to version 10.1.1.

According to the information provided by Apple, the new update delivers improvements for many USB and FireWire devices, including support for additional digital cameras and overall improvements to CD and DVD burning. Enhancements have been made to AFP, SMB, and WebDAV networking, as well as improved support for printing.

This update also delivers better application compatibility, including updates to the Finder and Mail application, according to Apple. In addition, hardware accelerated video mirroring has been enabled for the new PowerBook G4.

The 10.1.1 update is available through the Software Update application included in Mac OS X 10.1

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