Apple releases MacBook Air Bluetooth Firmware Update 1.0

Apple today released MacBook Air Bluetooth Firmware Update 1.0 which the company recommends be installed on all MacBook Air Systems.

The updater application will be installed in the /Applications/Utilities folder.

To complete the bluetooth firmware update process, please follow the instructions in the updater application (/Applications/Utilities/MacBook Air Bluetooth Firmware The updater will launch automatically.

For more information about firmware updates for Intel-based Macs, please visit:

System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.1 or later

MacBook Air Bluetooth Firmware Update 1.0 is available via Software Update and also as a standalone installer.

More info and download link (1.2MB) here.


  1. This is a bit out of control, it’s only been 3 days since I installed the EFI firmware update, whatever that was. Is it just me, or are updates of all flavors coming more frequently? Seems like quite a while since I had 30 days uninterrupted uptime and I only reboot when forced to do so. On the one hand, I applaud Apple being proactive and the updates are usually painless, one the other hand, this I’m starting it’s starting to feel like there’s a system tray full of little things waiting to nag me, a la Windoze, and this can’t be good. If Apple is trying to differentiate themselves on stability and maturity of their software and hardware, they could do to get things a little more finished before shipping them.

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