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Apple Releases Notebook Fixes

Apple has quietly issued a firmware fix for glitches that are in the notebooks it released in October, the MacBook Pro, MacBook, and MacBook Air. In typically tight-lipped fashion, the company will only say the fix will "improve the stability" of the computers, which have reported problems, CNET reports.

Apple has also released updates for the System Management Controler chip in Mac notebooks that the company says "improve the sensing and accuracy of the MagSafe Power Adapter indicator light, and the battery-charge indicator lights" on new MacBooks and MacBook Pros. For the MacBook air the update addresses MagSafe problems.

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