New update for the Mac mini EFI and MacBook Pro

A few days ago, Apple released an update for EFI MacBook Air, which addresses some issues with online recovery OS X Lion and the port Thunderbolt, and now to do a firmware update to be the owners of the latest generation Mac mini and MacBook Pro.

According to the official description, the update for the Mac mini EFI version 1.3 improves the stability of the recovery process OS X Lion via the Internet, eliminates compatibility problems with Thunderbolt Display and improves the performance of a miniature computer in Target Disk Mode. This update is intended only for the latest models of Mac Mini (Mid 2011), which were released in late July.

Upgrade to EFI Macbook Pro version 2.2 is designed to solve similar problems with the regime and the Thunderbolt Display Target Disk Mode issued on February of this year MacBook Pro. But Apple, too, has added the ability to reinstall the system from the Internet (previously this feature was available only to owners of Air and mini).

Before upgrading computers need to be plugged into a reliable power source. The whole process only takes a few minutes and will be displayed on the Mac, so it should not be “disturbed” or disconnect at this time. As a result, you must have these versions Boot ROM:

    MM51.88Z.0077.B0A.1109091226 for Mac mini. MBP81.88Z.0047.B1E.1109091244 for MacBook Pro.

Both update can be downloaded via the system utility “Update» (Software Update) or from Apple on these links:

    Mac mini EFI Firmware Update 1.3 (DMG, 4.26 MB) Macbook Pro EFI Firmware Update 2.2 (DMG, 4.17 MB).

Happy updating!

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