Those of you bought a Mac in the latter portion of this year may want to check out a new Wi-Fi update from Apple.
Released yesterday, the Mac Wi-Fi Update 1.0 for "all late 2012 Mac systems" is meant to improve compatibility with devices that tap into your network's 5GHz band. The update specifically supports Macs running OS X 10.8.2, currently the latest version of OS X.
Users can download the update directly from their Macs through the Software Update option or by grabbing it from Apple.
The 5GHz band is found on dual-band routers. It offers an alternative to the common but sometimes overcrowded 2.4GHz band.
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