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If you're one of the users with a late model MacBook Air (2010+), you probably noticed the glaring bug in 10.6.7. Open a MacBook Air running 10.6.7, open iTunes, and
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    Default 10.6.7 Supplemental Update Fixes iTunes Crash in 2010 MacBook Airs


    If you're one of the users with a late model MacBook Air (2010+), you probably noticed the glaring bug in 10.6.7. Open a MacBook Air running 10.6.7, open iTunes, and play a song. Within a minute or two, your laptop is completely frozen, and the only thing to do is a hard reboot. I haven't used my iTunes on the MBA in a couple weeks because of this.

    Apple today released "10.6.7 Supplemental Update" which fixes this crash, and is available through Software Update now. Go get it.
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    I'm still wondering when Apple will release an update that allows OS X to support SSD, know they plan on including it with Lion but what about Snow Leopard users?

    P.S. dont say snow leopard supports SSD, it dosent, if you have a 32GB SSD once you have written 32GBs over its life its speed will have decreased by about 50% because OS X dosent support TRIM so when you try writing something to the SSD it has to first erase that section of the SSD and then write the data.

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    Your a little late. This supplemental update was bouncing on me a week ago.
    Last edited by vindutch; 04-08-2011 at 11:54 AM.

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