Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has released bug fixes and an update to the new Mac range of notebooks that the company released in June.
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According to CNet, the update, which is around 127 MB in size, has bug fixes and enhancements for graphics.
Some owners of the new MacBooks were experiencing what they termed as flashing displays when waking the system from hibernation, while others noticed washed-out or high contrast colours when using external displays and odd graphical artefacts when using some features.
If you are experiencing these or other problems on your MacBook system, then try seeing if this latest update helps, says CNet.
"The update should be available through Apple's Software Update service in the Apple Menu (this will launch the Mac App Store to get the updates), or can be downloaded as a standalone installer from Apple's Support Downloads page."
Apple had released a new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro in June.
It would, of course, pay to back up your system before applying any update.