Apple releases Keyboard Update 1.0

Apple has released Apple Keyboard Update 1.0 which is recommended for the following Intel-based computers:

• MacBook Pro
• iMac (Early 2006)
• Mac mini (Early 2006)

The Apple Keyboard Update 1.0 “addresses reliability of keyboard and mouse functionalit,” according to Apple’s notes. The installer guides you through the steps to install the Apple Keyboard Update. Installation of the Apple Keyboard Update 1.0 requires Mac OS X version 10.4.6.

More info and download link (12MB) here.

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11 Comments

  1. The interesting tidbit to me is the references:
    “-iMac (Early 2006)
    “-Mac mini (Early 2006)”

    This implies there will be another update to these machines in 2006. Will we see Conroe based iMacs and Mac minis before the end of the year?

    Let the speculation begin…

  2. Shadowself:

    Not necessarily. The (Early 2001) part is simply to identify the model. Those are Apple’s official model names.

    However, it is unlikely that they will go the whole year without at least a quiet speed bump.

  3. Re: It implies nothing you moron, other than when the f*^*ing computer came out!

    Go easy, man. Shadowself was just trying to have some fun: if it is the only iMac to be put out this year, Apple might as well have called it iMac (2006).

    We all know that Apple has used this naming scheme for years, so iMac (Early 2006) doesn’t really say too much about future machines.

    But like Shadowself implied, it’s good fun to think about. So don’t get yer knickers in a twist over it.

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