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Apple has recently released a firmware update for its two-meter USB-C to MagSafe 3 charging cable, but the tech giant has not provided any information about what the update entails or fixes. The company often issues firmware updates for its products, including AirPods, although some products may go without updates for long periods.
According to reports, Apple updated the firmware of its MagSafe Duo charger earlier this month, but as with the latest update for the charging cable, the company has not shared any details about what the update does.
While the specific purpose of the MagSafe 3 charging cable update, known as 10M1543, remains unclear, it is typically aimed at improving performance and security, as well as expanding compatibility with other devices.
Although Apple has not published any patch notes, users of the MacBook Air, 14-inch MacBook Pro, and 16-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2021 or later, which all feature the MagSafe 3 port, will likely receive the update automatically when they connect their devices to their Macs.
The firmware update was first spotted by iSoftware Updates on Twitter, which has been tracking Apple’s firmware releases for various products.
Apple’s firmware updates often improve the overall user experience, especially when it comes to compatibility with newer devices and improving performance. While the company has yet to provide any information on the changes made with the MagSafe 3 charging cable update, users can expect a smoother and more reliable charging experience.