Apple has posted an update to ColorSync 3.0, the colour-management software in the Mac OS.
ColorSync 3.0.1 helps applications maintain consistent colour between different devices, such as monitors, printers, scanners and cameras. The update includes new versions of the ColorSync control panel, Extension and ColorSync profiles. The Default calibrator and Profile First Aid are also revised.
The update requires North American English Mac OS 9.0 or greater. The software consists of a self-mounting Disk Copy image. It can be downloaded from Apple’s updates site.