It was near the end of last month when Apple acknowledged that their MacBook Air 2013 model does indeed suffer from Wi-Fi connectivity issues, and right before July came about, we were informed that a certain update to fix this niggling and irritating issue is being tested by Apple, with selected users invited to jump aboard the testing bandwagon, too. I guess it is with a huge sigh of relief to hear that Apple has just rolled out their MacBook Air Software Update 1.0 which will put to an end all Wi-Fi connectivity issues on your MacBook Air 2013 model – at least for now.
Not only that, the MacBook Air (Mid 2013) Software Update 1.0 is also said to put to bed a screen flickering issue with Photoshop, in addition to an audio problem that plagues existing MacBook Air models. For those who did suffer from intermittent loss in Wi-Fi connectivity, it is highly recommended to pick up this relatively small update – it weighs in at a mere 3.35MB, so what are waiting for? Hopefully after this, you will be a happy camper with your MacBook Air, right? Fingers crossed! [Update Link]
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