Apple releases Bluetooth Firmware Update 2.0.1

Apple has released Bluetooth Firmware Update 2.0.1 which provides bug fixes and better compatibility with the Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse and Apple Wireless Keyboard.

It installs on all Macintosh systems with Bluetooth based on the Broadcom chipset.

More info and download link (1.78MB) here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Edward W.” for the heads up.]


  1. I hate the complete lack of information for these updates!

    How can I tell my computer has a Broadcom chipset? Apple determined I don’t need to know and the System Profiler withholds that information…

    What version number is this upgrade supposed to install? This too, I’m not supposed to know.

    So what’s left? Interrupt what I’m doing, download the installer and run it, only to find out I didn’t need it in the first place!

    Thanks Apple!

  2. Any idea if this will fix the problem of my Mac not communicating with my Mighty Mouse after it wakes up from sleep? I have to do the connect procedure twice for the mouse to work properly. Once does not do it most of the time. Lately, it simply stops working and I again have to do the connect process twice to get the mouse working again. Can’t figure out what is wrong.

  3. @Saldin:
    Just go to Apple>About This Mac. Click the More Info button. The info for Bluetooth is right there. Duhhh… Just run it and stop whining. Takes about one whole minute.

    How the hell should WE know if it will fix YOUR problems. Run the installer and see for yourself.

    What a bunch of whiners.

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