Apple MacBook Air SMC Update 1.9

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Date: October 1, 2013
File Size: 1.1 MB
OS Support: Mac OS X
Downloads: 290

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About the MacBook Air:

New Intel Core i5 and i7 processors.

Integrating a faster processor, more powerful graphics, and a memory controller into a single chip makes for some serious performance. The new Intel HD Graphics 4000 offers up to 60 percent faster graphics1 ó performance youíll really notice in the games you play, the movies you watch, and the FaceTime calls you make. And MacBook Air now supports up to 8GB of memory, so you can run more memory-intensive applications without compromising performance.

Faster all-flash storage.

Part of what makes MacBook Air so responsive is that itís designed entirely around flash storage. Not only does this make MacBook Air much lighter and more portable than traditional notebooks, it also provides faster access to data and gives you instant-on capability. Available up to 512GB, this next-generation flash storage is up to 4x faster than a traditional 5400-rpm notebook hard drive and faster than the previous-generation MacBook Air.2 So when you flip open MacBook Air, it starts up in seconds. Even after a month in standby mode, the screen springs to life. Apps launch quickly. And with no moving parts, flash storage stays quiet.

Long-lasting battery.

Since space-saving flash storage leaves room for a bigger battery, you can devote more time to the things you enjoy most. Things like browsing the web, editing photos, and watching videos. Get up to 5 hours of battery life on a single charge on the 11-inch model and up to 7 hours on the 13-inch model. Put MacBook Air to sleep, and it enters standby mode to conserve battery life for up to 30 days.3 And with Power Nap ó a new feature in OS X Mountain Lion ó youíll continue to receive new email and calendar invitations while MacBook Air is asleep. When itís connected to a power source, it can download software updates and make backups with Time Machine. So when you come back to your MacBook Air and open it up, itís on in an instant. And everything is right there waiting for you.

Thunderbolt and USB 3.

With the lightning-fast Thunderbolt port, you can connect your MacBook Air to the latest devices and displays, like the Apple Thunderbolt Display. But thatís not the whole story. MacBook Air also comes equipped with two USB 3 ports, so you can connect the latest USB 3 devices and access a pipeline thatís up to 10 times faster than USB 2. With just a few connections, MacBook Air transforms from an ultraportable notebook to a complete workstation.

Wireless.

Your MacBook Air finds available Wi-Fi networks automatically and lets you connect with just a click. So you can browse the web, send email, and print documents no matter where you are.4 And with Bluetooth technology, you can connect MacBook Air to Bluetooth-enabled devices like speakers and headphones. Even without all the wires, youíre totally connected.

High-resolution display.

Corner to corner and pixel by pixel, the MacBook Air display is both an engineering feat and a design breakthrough. The display measures a mere 4.86 millimeters (0.19 inch) thin, yet the resolution is so high, youíll feel like youíre looking at a much larger screen. And with good reason. The 11-inch MacBook Air features a resolution equal to that of a typical 13-inch notebook, while the 13-inch MacBook Air wows with a resolution equivalent to a typical 15-inch notebook.

720p FaceTime HD camera.

Let your friends and family see more of you with the new 720p FaceTime HD camera. With three times the resolution of the previous FaceTime camera, every smile looks a lot brighter. And the widescreen format means everyone can fit into the picture without having to crowd around the display.

What's New:

  • This update is recommended for MacBook Air (mid 2012 and mid 2013) models.
  • This update addresses rare issues where the battery unexpectedly stops functioning, the system does not recognize the battery, or the system hangs when the battery charge reaches less than one percent.

System Requirements:

  • OS X 10.6.8
  • OS X 10.7.5
  • OS X 10.8.2 or later

Supported Languages:

  • Deutsch
  • English
  • FranÁais
  • 日本語
  • EspaŮol
  • Italiano
  • Nederlands
  • Dansk
  • Norsk BokmŚl
  • Polski
  • PortuguÍs
  • PortuguÍs Brasileiro
  • Pусский
  • Suomi
  • Svensk
  • 简体中文
  • 繁體中文
  • 한국어
  • Bahasa Indonesia
  • British English
  • Crna Gora
  • Eesti
  • Hrvatski
  • Icelandic
  • Latvieöu
  • Lietuvių
  • Magyar
  • Melayu (Malaysia)
  • Rom‚nă
  • Shqip
  • Slovenčina
  • Slovenöčina (Slovenija)
  • Thai
  • Tiếng Việt
  • TŁrkÁe
  • Ukrainian
  • Čeötina
  • Ελληνικά
  • Български
  • Македонија
  • עברית
  • لعربية (مصر)‏

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