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Apple has issued its first software patch for the newly-introduced MacBook Air, which made a first blushing appearance yesterday.

The update is described as fixing a few graphics issues which affect the lightweight Mac when used with iMovie or an external display, and is recommended for all MacBook Airs.

Apple’s notes follow:

About MacBook Air (Late 2010) Software Update 1.0

This update fixes a few graphics issues including:

Resolves an issue where the system becomes unresponsive while playing back a movie trailer in iMovie.

Resolves an issue where the system becomes unresponsive after waking from sleep when an external display is connected.

This update is recommended for users of all MacBook Air notebooks manufactured in late 2010.

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