Since the release of the latest 27-inch iMacs from Apple, the company has been bombarded by complaints on the device’s performance. Naturally, Apple has had to develop (and quick) an update that’ll fix it, or loose quite a number of market share.
Today, the Cupertino-based company released a new graphics firmware update that addresses the video-flickering and image corruption problems experienced in the latest iMac model.
The light-weight patch (683KB) is now available for download in Apple’s support site. It updates the firmware on ATI Radeon HD 4670 and 4850 graphics on the 27-inch iMacs.
Earlier this month, Apple apologized for shipping delays of the Mac desktops. Analysts think this maybe due to a strong demand for the 27-inch desktops.