Apple has released an update to its AirPort software to bring it to version 3.3.1. The update is recommended for all users with an AirPort Extreme and AirPort-enabled computer and AirPort Extreme Base Station, and is ready for download from
Apple’s Web site.
Apple said the new version of AirPort software improves reliability of AirPort connections when changing network locations.
AirPort is Apple’s nomenclature for wireless networking that follows the IEEE 802.11b standard. It’s been featured on all Macs since the introduction of the iBook. AirPort Extreme is Apple’s name for wireless networking that uses the faster IEEE 802.11g standard. AirPort Extreme was first introduced in 2003.
The download supports various languages and requires Mac OS X v10.3 or later, and an AirPort Extreme-ready computer with internal AirPort Extreme card, according to Apple.