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Mac OS X update fixes MacBook Air - iTunes problem

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 31 Mar 2011 13:59 User comments (2)

Mac OS X update fixes MacBook Air - iTunes problem Apple pushes out supplemental update for users of MacBook Air devices.
Apple customers who bought a MacBook Air last year have been complaining about problems using the iTunes software. Using iTunes with the MacBook Air was making the ultra-thin device become unresponsive for some users. It was reported to happen after the Max OS X 10.6.7 update.

The music software would crash on launch after some users of the 13-inch MacBook Air updated the operating system to the latest version.

Apple is recommending that a supplemental update aimed directly at this issue be installed by anybody who got a 13-inch MacBook Air model in late 2010, and that has been updated to Mac OS X 10.6.7.

For more information: Mac OS X v10.6.7 Supplemental Update for 13 MacBook Air (Late 2010)

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2 user comments

11.4.2011 0:09

Maybe instead of modifying the whole OS to fix the issue, they could just release a working version of iTunes...I know they have yet to release a working version for windows; maybe they could just fire the whole team and start from scratch.



21.4.2011 0:41

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It was reported to happen after the Max OS X 10.6.7 update.

That sounds hardcore. I'm updating now.

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