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Apple has posted Mac OS X 10.1.1 - the latest update to the Mac maker's Unix-based operating system, and the reason we all had to run the Software Update and Installer upgrade the other week.

OS X 10.1.1 is downloaded via System Preferences' Software Update pane. Last week's Installer Update 1.0 must be installed first.

According to Apple, 10.1.1 "delivers improvements for many USB and FireWire devices, including support for additional digital cameras, and overall improvements to CD and DVD Burning.

"The update includes enhancements to AFP, SMB and WebDAV networking, updates to the Finder and Mail applications, as well as improved support for printing.

"In addition, hardware accelerated video mirroring has been enabled for the new PowerBook G4."

The download weighs in at 14.4MB.

Apple has also posted AirPort 2.0 software, having launched the major update to its wireless networking system yesterday. ®

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