The Cupertino-based iPhone manufacturer Apple rolled out an update for the two-meter USB-C. The all-new update will streamline USB-C to Magsafe 3 charging cable.
The new version 3.1.12 has build number 10M1543. Apart from the early information about the firmware update, there is not any other conundrum to rummage. With the dearth of information about the update, we are standing irresolute near the river about whether the new update mends some issues or what exactly it must be exciting the users in terms of securing the traditional rituals.
If we attentively drop off the untainted surveillance into the Apple headquarters, it shows the obvious that the company won’t prefer introducing updates often, instead, it would roll out firmware updates at their finest rarely, Apple products have been staging great performance even without regular updates. It may be because the company upgraded its MagSafe Duo charger firmware just at the beginning of the following month.
As we already mentioned, we are lacking clue about the new update, Apple has not yet shared any patch notes about the updates. As of now, it is fuzzy what is the standard reason for rolling out those firmware updates. Mayhaps, we could give a chance by whirling the wheel of time to travel back to a time when Apple is said to be one of the mushrooming tech companies that would roll out updates that mainly focus to improve performance, and security, or enhancing compatibility with other devices.
The news has been shared by aaronp613 on Twitter. Apple products offered with MagSafe 3 port are MacBooks. These include the M2 MacBook Air entering the market in 2022, and the 14-inch as well as 16-inch MacBook Pro models that debuted in 2021. The updates will automatically get into your device on the charging cable once it is interconnected to the Mac.