“Scheduled delivery of Apple computers to schools run by the New York City Department of Education have been temporarily suspended due to problems related to connecting to the DOE’s wireless network infrastructure,” Prince McLean reports for AppleInsider.
“Apple is scrambling to address the WiFi connectivity issue within its Leopard operating system. The fix appears set to be included in the bug fixes of the upcoming Mac OS X 10.5.3 release, as noted in the report Successive Mac OS X 10.5.3 builds continue,” McLean reports.
“Until the software fix ships, all Macs on order with wireless features are being held at Dell’s merge center in Austin, Texas. The DOE contracted with Dell Managed Services to handle all of the school system’s tech related ordering, including the procurement of Apple desktops, laptops, and servers,” McLean reports.
More in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “RadDoc” for the heads up.]
MacDailyNews Take: It’s about time those poor bastages at Dell’s merge center got to handle some quality personal computers.