Apple has released a new software update for its MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptops that adds support for Intel processors in a handful of configurations.
The software update, called MacBookProPro 10.11.4, was available for download Tuesday for both models, and for the desktop version of the machines, Apple said in a blog post.
MacBookPro 10 to 11.4 has been released with support for the Intel Skylake chips that are used in Apple’s MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and other laptops, according to Apple.
The update, which has been available since May 23, is expected to bring a few changes to the Mac Pro line, including support for USB-C 3.1, Bluetooth 4.0 and new USB-E 3.0 ports.
Apple said that the update also fixes several memory leaks in macOS Sierra, including the possibility of a memory corruption when the MacBook Pro is in a bootable state.
Apple is still working on a fix for the issue, but the company said that it is “hopeful” that it will be fixed in the next version of macOS.
The Mac Pro and the MacBook Air both have 4GB of RAM and a Core i5-8400U processor.
The new firmware also fixes the “invalid_preference” crash bug in macOS High Sierra that could result in data corruption.
The company said the firmware update will be rolling out in phases over the next few weeks, and it will include the full list of fixes on Tuesday.