Apple released Mac Wi-Fi Update 1.0 on Monday. According to official sources, this update will improve compatibility over the networks that make use of 5GHz spectrum. It also launched incremental EFI update for newer iMac devices and 13 inches MacBook Pro with Retina display models.
Recently some users of late 2012 Mac models were reportedly facing compatibility issues for WiFi connections. This update is targeted to improve overall protocol compatibility. If your new Mac models are fit for this update, you must get it updated no matter whether you faced any problem or not. It’s wise to stay to up to date all the time, isn’t it?
If you own the 13 inches MacBook Pro with Retina display, you should update your firmware version 1.1 to 2.0 now. This update will fix the bugs related to Wi-Fi compatibility and HDMI display. To update your devices, you can for the links
The 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display and newly-redesigned iMac also received updates on Monday, bringing their respective firmware versions up to v.1.1 and v2.0. Along with the Wi-Fi compatibility support, both downloads bring improvements to sleep performance and Thunderbolt router support, while the MacBook Pro update fixes an HDMI display issue.
All these update can be found on the following links from Apple’s official website.: