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MacBook Pro update improves Motion support

updated 04:55 pm EDT, Thu August 9, 2007

MacBook Pro update, Motion

Apple today released a software update for its MacBook Pro notebooks (2.2GHz, 2.4GHz models only) that provides important bug fixes and improves stability with Motion 2 as well as Motion 3. The update follows a slew of prior patches offered by the Cupertino-based company to improve compatibility between its own software applications, and comes on the heels of two additional updates for its top-end professional Mac Pro desktop systems as well as its consumer-oriented iMacs. Apple's MacBook Pro Software Update 1.1 is recommended for all owners of 2.2GHz and 2.4GHz MacBook Pro models, requiring Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later.

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  1. MrVent

    Joined: Dec 1969



    It has long been since my last visit; Iíve been busy with the revision for the upcoming exam. A week ago, I bought a new laptop Ė for my university. It was totally unplanned and unexpected Ė the laptop which I had been using broke down.

    Well, my plan was to buy a macbook which you said will be released in may, but because of that incident, I couldnít accomplish that dream.

    My new laptop is not bad at all, itís sony vaio sz1m, some say that sony laptops are like hood scoop, and their customer service is poor, but I think itís ok for me so far.

    Anyway, my dream of using a mac for uni has faded away, but this isnít too bad either.

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