Apple on Thursday released an update for the company’s recently released presentation package,
The update brings Keynote to version 1.0.1, although precious little information is available about what the 9.0MB update addresses. Apple does say that they update provides support for the following languages: Japanese, French, German, Dutch, Italian and Spanish.
In late January, just weeks after its initial release, Apple acknowledged problems some users were having with Keynote. Apple representatives told MacCentral at the time that they had identified a bug in the driver software for certain ATI graphics chips which can affect a small number of systems when used with Keynote.
To run Keynote, Apple recommends Mac OS X v10.2 or later; 128MB of RAM (512MB recommended); 1 GB of available disk space; Power Mac G3 or G4, PowerBook G4, eMac, 500 MHz or faster iMac or iBook (Power PC G4 recommended); and 8MB of video memory (32MB recommended).
Keynote 1.0.1 is available from
Apple’s Web site as a free download.