Apple issues firmware update for latest MacBook Air models

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If Steve Jobs had barely even wrapped up his Back to Mac presentation before you were plunking down your cash on one of those revamped MacBook Air models, Apple offered something else Wednesday afternoon that should interest you—a firmware update for you new laptop.

MacBook Air (Late 2010) Software Update 1.0 fixes a few graphic issues that might flare up with the notebooks unveiled Wednesday. Specifically, the 368KB update tackles an issue where the system becomes unresponsive when you play back a movie trailer in iMovie. It also fixes a problem where the MacBook Air doesn’t respond after you try waking it from sleep when an external display is connected to the laptop.

Get the complete release notes for the MacBook Air firmware update from Apple’s Support site.

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