Last week we heard that Apple were investigating the WiFi issues on the new MacBook Air, that a number of users had reported since purchasing the new 2013 MacBook Air.
Now it looks like Apple has a possible fix for the WiFi problem on the way, as the company is apparently testing out a new software update that is designed to fix the problem.
According to the guys over at Apple Insider, Apple has been sending out invites to certain people for them to try out the software update in an attempt to fix the problem.
Apple has asked the users who get the update to give feedback to the company on whether or not the update has fixed the issue. As yet we do not have any details on when the update will be rolled out to everyone.
Source Apple InsiderFiled Under: Apple, Technology News, Top News