Apple updates Final Cut Pro, Dark Sky with bug fixes

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Apple on Monday issued updates for Final Cut Pro and Dark Sky, delivering a handful of bug fixes including a patch that would cause issues with the weather app when viewing current conditions on Apple Watch.

Final Cut Pro version 10.6.1 introduces fixes for multiple file handling issues, like a bug that could prevent users from importing FCPXML 1.9 and 1.10 files. Another patch addresses an issue in the Export File share destination that would cause the Video Codec setting to appear as unavailable after selecting "Computer" as the format.

The update also remedies a problem in which the Command-Z keyboard shortcut would fail to perform an Undo action when a host system's language was set to Spanish.

Finally, the latest Final Cut Pro version improves reliability during playback of AC3 audio.

Final Cut Pro sells for $299.99 on the Mac App Store.

Apple's update of Dark Sky comes bearing fixes for apparent location-related bugs. A first issue would cause weather information for a user's "current location" to appear blank, while another saw the app displaying an incorrect "current location" on Apple Watch.

The update includes the usual unnamed stability and performance improvements.

Apple purchased Dark Sky in March 2020 and subsequently rolled some of the hyperlocal weather app's headlining features into its first-party Weather app. The tech giant plans to shut down the Dark Sky iOS app and accompanying API at the end of 2022.

Dark Sky is currently available for $3.99 from the iOS App Store.