No more HDMI flickering woes for latest Mac mini

No more HDMI flickering woes for latest Mac mini

arstechnica.com
New Apple released a firmware update on Monday for its latest 2012 Mac mini models, which addresses a problem with flickering video on its HDMI output. As noted by AppleInsider, users began reporting problems with HDMI output shortly after the Ivy Bridge-equipped Mac minis began shipping in late October. The...
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www.electronista.com
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www.macrumors.com
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thenextweb.com
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