Apple released a series of firmware updates for all “Late 2008” portable computers today. Each line of computers require two separate firmware updates. First up are the EFI (Extensible Firmware Interface) updates. These control the interface between the computer’s firmware and operating system. All of the EFI updates improve system wide stability.  The EFI Firmware updates can be […]
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Apple Releases Firmware Updates for Portables

Apple released a series of firmware updates for all “Late 2008” portable computers today. Each line of computers require two separate firmware updates.

First up are the EFI (Extensible Firmware Interface) updates. These control the interface between the computer’s firmware and operating system. All of the EFI updates improve system wide stability. 

The EFI Firmware updates can be found here: MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air.  Installation instructions of the EFI updates can be found here.

Next up are the SMC Firmware Updates. The SMC (System Management Controller) updates address the “sensing and accuracy of the MagSafe Power Adapter indicator light, and the battery charge indicator lights.”

The SMC Firmware updates can be found here: MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air. Installation instructions of the SMC updates can be found here.

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