Apple releases an update for the 2013 MacBook Air

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From what it seems, the history of the new 2013 MacBook Air and all its problems that have appeared to date have their days numbered because Apple just released a software update in the form of a package under the name of "MacBook Air (Mid 2013) Software Update 1.0" that groups together all the "bug fixes" for this ultrabook.

If we review a bit the history of this very recent laptop, we see that it has gone accumulating problems in relation to Wi-Fi cuts, audio volume, flickering on the screen ... being a toll that you should possibly pay for the change to the new Intel chipset and its relationship with Apple's software, since it has not been all good than expected.

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As we can see in the log that Apple offers us,

This update is recommended for MacBook Air (Mid 2013) models.

This update fixes an issue that in rare cases can cause intermittent loss of wireless connectivity, an issue with Adobe Photoshop that can cause the screen to flicker from time to time, and an issue that can cause audio volume to fluctuate during playback. Of video.

The positive part of all this is that as always, Apple responds quickly to problems that arise in its products. Ideally, these things will never happen, but as we already know, it is almost impossible to have everything "tied up" so at least we always have the confidence that they are a fast responding company before any setback. Let's hope that at least on these Macbook Air, nothing else will happen again.

More information - Volume problems with the new MacBook Air


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  1.   Silvia said

    I have a MacAir mid 2013 and it is giving me another series of problems. The computer shuts down from time to time while I'm using it. It usually happens if I move the screen slightly, it turns off and I can't turn it on until it has run out of battery. The computer continues to work since after a couple of hours it is warm, and I have to wait to charge it again before I can turn it on. I have gone to the Mac store but they tell me that they cannot do anything since there is no problem with the parts, that I must wait for an application to solve this. Meanwhile, it annoys me a lot not being able to use the computer suddenly when I am studying or in the middle of a movie. It's very frustrating not being able to do anything about it and not having it changed.