Apple releases software update for new Mac Pro to fix reliability and graphics issues

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Only hours after the new Mac Pro became available for order (and months before you’ll be able to get your hands on one), Apple has released an EFI software update for the machine. The update is said to resolve multiple hardware-related issues:

This update is recommended for all Mac Pro (Late 2013) models. This update improves system reliability during reboot, resolves an issue with memory self-test, and improves graphics power management when using Boot Camp.

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Comments

  1. GJN (@gnozicka) - 9 years ago

    Maybe this is partly the reason for the delayed availability.

  2. Scott (@ScooterComputer) - 9 years ago

    Nice “Mac Pro” icon…wow, Apple is really off its game. Astoundingly poor performance recently.

    • Tallest Skil - 9 years ago

      Shut up with your pathetic FUD.

      • Right… the kid that probably lives in his parents basement that is famous for spreading FUD trying to tell someone to stop spreading FUD. Now that’s funny.

      • Tallest Skil - 9 years ago

        So, what, you’re sore that you were proven wrong somewhere else and are now whining about it here? You should probably learn what FUD is before claiming something isn’t it.