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Apple fixes bug that made new MacBook Pros run slower than 2017 models

The Age Tuesday, 24 July 2018
Apple fixes bug that made new MacBook Pros run slower than 2017 modelsApple confirms a bug that made MacBook Pros run slow; unless they were in a freezer.
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News video: Apple fixes MacBook Pro throttling bug

▶ Apple fixes MacBook Pro throttling bug 02:34

After seeing new MacBook Pro laptops struggle with some high-end tasks, Apple has identified a software bug and published a fix.

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