Apple roll out updates for latest MacBook Air to fix Wi-Fi, audio & Photoshop bugs

Apple released an update for the Mid–2013 MacBook Air to fix issues related to WiFi connectivity, audio playback, and Photoshop, reports The Verge.

The latest MacBook Air models were launched at WWDC last month. They went on sale the same day and complaints about trouble staying connected to Wi-Fi cropped up almost immediately.

Apple's June 2013 MacBook Airs use the newest 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard, which is designed to offer faster connectivity and bandwidth. 

The update can be downloaded via the software update page or through the software update tool in the Mac App Store.