Apple has just rolled out a couple of firmware updates for their MacBook Pro, where one of them will fix issues concerning Bluetooth connectivity while the other helps soothe the roaring sounds of the MacBook Pro’s hard drive noise issue. Bluetooth Firmware Update 2.0.1 will see fixes to existing bugs while improving upon compatibility with the Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse and Apple Wireless Keyboard. This update will be available for all Macs equipped with Broadcom Bluetooth chipsets. As for the Hard Drive Firmware Update 2.0, this model will finally put to bed the hard drive noise issue that affects MacBook Pros with 7200 RPM hard drives introduced in June 2009 or later.
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