A software update that fixes a driver issue for Apple’s Macs and Linux versions of the driver has now been pushed out to users who have already installed the software update.
The update addresses a bug that has been causing laptops to hang for a few days in certain situations.
The problem is that some devices with Macs or Linux computers do not properly recognize the MacBook Pro’s Intel Core i5 or i7 processor when connecting to a Wi-Fi network.
In addition, some older MacBook Pro laptops don’t work properly when connected to wireless networks.
The fixes are designed to address the issue, according to a post on Apple’s support site, and the update is available for all Macs running macOS Sierra 10.13.4 and 10.12.1.
The update is also available for Macs using Intel’s i5 and i7 processors, and Macs with the Broadwell and Broadwell-U processors.
Apple says the fixes should help solve the issue for Mac users who haven’t installed the update already.
Apple recommends the software upgrade.
For those who have been experiencing problems connecting to Wi-FI networks on Macs that are not Macbook Pro laptops, Apple says users should try rebooting the Mac, restarting the computer, and then installing the driver update.