Apple rushes out fix for MacBook performance throttling issue

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Apple failed to sign digital key for part of its thermal management system firmware

Apple has claimed that extreme throttling issues on its latest MacBook - starting price £1,249 for a dual-core model with 128GB of SSD storage - is due to a missing digital key in the firmware. It ...

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