Apple’s latest workstation, the Mac Pro, has recently gone up for pre-order and is expected to begin shipping on the 30th of December, but it would seem as though Apple has already discovered a few bugs in its new product that they have since released a firmware for, meaning that if you are a soon-to-be proud owner of a Mac Pro, keep in mind that there will be a firmware update waiting to be downloaded once you have setup and connected your computer to the internet.
The update is the Mac Pro EFI Firmware Update 2.0 and was released just recently and weighs in at around 5MB, making it a small but recommended update as Apple claims that the update will help improve system reliability during the rebooting process. The update is also said to resolve an issue related to memory self-test, and will also aid in improving graphics power management when using Boot Camp.
The latest Mac Pro is the long-awaited successor to its predecessor which remain relatively unchanged for a couple of years. Its design, while unique, is somewhat controversial, along with its price tag where Apple is asking for $2,999 for the base model, making it a rather expensive purchase.