Apple releases Intel-based Mac firmware updates

Apple today released three separate Intel-based Mac firmware updates:

• Mac mini (Intel) Firmware Update 1.0. More info and download link here.
• MacBook Pro (Intel) Firmware Update 1.0. More info and download link here.
• iMac (Intel) Firmware Update 1.0. More info and download link here.

The firmware updates require Mac OS X 10.4.5 or later and we suppose these firmware updates include support for Boot Camp, although Apple’s sparse notes don’t state as such.

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9 Comments

  1. >>…we suppose these firmware updates include support for Boot Camp, although Apple’s sparse notes don’t state as such. <<

    Actually, if you read the Boot Camp system requirements, they specifically state that you need the ‘latest firmware update’, so yes.

  2. >McFly wrote: I just installed Windows on my Mac and I got a virus before the security updates downloaded!…

    View your porn *AFTER* the updates. Duh, McFly!

    I thought Mac users were supposed to be bright.

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