Apple Releases Update for Their Latest 15 and 17 Inch MacBook Pro Models

April 14, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Apple have been quite active in their optimization activities lately, as they’ve just released a software update for their latest 2010 MacBook Pro laptops. The update targets the 15″ and 17″ models specifically, which are different from their 13″ counterpart with that they have a Core 2010 CPU, as well as a graphics subsystem with automatic switching. It should be downloaded automatically to those who need to install it.

The patch improves several things, according to Apple mainly graphics stability for applications with high demands in that area – such as games. There are also lots of bugfixes, and all in all it seems to be a rather nice improvement. That’s to be expected from an Apple release though, as we know that they like to polish their products before releasing them, especially when it comes to post-release updates.

It totals to 258 MB, so if you still haven’t updated your MacBook make sure you grab the update and let us know what you think of the improved performance and stability!

[ Via Engadget ]

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