Apple Begins to Seed Fix for WiFI Problem on MacBook Air

We heard reports last week that WiFi issues affected a number of MacBook Air units, causing users to restart the dropped connection. Apple responded by replacing users’ machines, to gather defective units for an examination process. As noted very recently, Apple has sent out invitations to some users asking whether they would participate in a software-seeding program for testing purposes.

The new software is called “MacBook Air WiFi Update 1.0”. While it hasn’t been specified exactly what kind of software issue it is intended to address, we can immediately presume that it focuses on improving poor WiFi connections being experienced by MacBook Air users.

If users accept, they will be provided with the pre-release version of the software, which can be installed right away.  Apple wants users to provide feedback after installing the software, since it comes with a bug-reporting feature.

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