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Apple squash bug that could cause data corruption on MacBook Pro SSD
Apple has released a firmware update to ensure that a bug in the SSD of some MacBook Pro models will be repaired. According to the manufacturer’s fault in some cases could cause corrupted databases.
The conscious firmware update from Apple’s website published . A file named Flash Storage Firmware Update 1.0 that can be downloaded and weighs 1,9MB. According to Apple, the fix is intended for owners of a Macbook Pro ‘mid 2015’. Which models are exactly the company has not disclosed: possible only about the 15 “model, which was recently presented , but may contain the previously released 13 “model the bug too.
Apple suggests that the small firmware update is intended to resolve an error which has to do with the SSD that is built in the MacBooks. In some cases, namely, data corruption could occur, something that should be avoided with the update. Furthermore, given few details, so it is unclear how many people the problem occurs and where exactly it is due.
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