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Following a firmware update for its Mac Book Pro yesterday, Apple has issued a new firmware update for its Air Port Extreme Base Station and Time Capsule devices, which fixes a number of issues, including a problem with audio streaming through Air Play.Apple on Tuesday released new firmware updates for its Wi-Fi-based Airport routers, including the Airport Extreme, Airport Express, and Air Port Time Capsule."The hard drive i Pod people were gone for a long time, when we issued the last update for the i Pod classic firmware," we were told by our contacts within Apple."Just because the hardware guys have moved on to other things, doesn't mean we won't support the software." Near the end of November, reports started circulating —backed by sources —suggesting that Apple may be ending the Air Port family hardware.Whether you have an Air Port Express, Extreme or Time Capsule, they all have firmware updates to plug security holes and fix other issues.But if you don’t have Air Port Utility set to automatically check for updates, you wouldn’t know about it unless you happened to open the app.
We all know the importance of keeping on top of security updates, but there is one kind that might escape your attention if you don’t have it set to check automatically: those for your Air Port base station.Former Air Port engineers are now reportedly working on other teams, including Apple TV development."The original Air Port wasn't really ours, we bought that," we were told.Apple today released a new firmware update for all of its 802.11n Wi-Fi base stations, including the Air Port Express, Air Port Extreme, and Air Port Time Capsule.According to Apple's release notes, the update includes bug fixes and is designed to improve the stability and performance of the products.