MacBook Air 2013 Software Update Available; Fixed Wifi Connectivity, Screen Flickering and Adobe Photoshop Issues
Apple recently on Thursday put forward the release of a MacBook Air software update that was specific for its mid 2013 11- and 13-inch models. The software update deals with the issues regarding the wireless connectivity, Adobe Photoshop and video playback to be precise. This particular update has a file size of 3.35MB, and amazingly is now readily available for the users to enjoy the benefits. MacBook Air users now have the opportunity to download the software update using the Mac App Store or Apple’s website, whatever is the most feasible to them.
The description of MacBook Air (Mid 2013) Software Update 1.0 by Apple goes something like this:
“This update fixes an issue that in rare instances may cause an intermittent loss in wireless connectivity, an issue with Adobe Photoshop which may cause occasional screen flickering, and an issue which may cause audio volume to fluctuate during video playback.”
Plenty of users came forward reporting that severe screen flickering happens while utilizing the Adobe Photoshop on the most recent MacBook Air models, as reported by NDTV Gadgets. The gadget owners also put forward issues on Apple and Adobe support forums. Adobe’s Chris Cox added up the issue to a driver, graphics processor, or LCD driver circuits. Cox too, mentioned that the issue was more precisely connected to the MacBook Air models and was not directly dealing with the photoshop program on its own.
When Apple brought to surface its most recent MacBook Air models back in June, the 802.11ac Wi-Fi support was the most significant and lime lighted feature. The most recent laptop came with a offer of a faster wireless connectivity, anyway many users came up with a report spotty Wi-Fi in the models of 2013.
We are hoping that these issues will be resolved soon by the owners