Apple just released the new MacBook (2016) on Tuesday and, right on time, there’s a software update, too. You’ll find it right when you boot the computer, according to AppleInsider, which found the patch.
The update is specific to the 2016 MacBook, which means it isn’t available for any other Mac computer. It focuses on Bluetooth changes and, according to the release notes, “improves compatibility with third party Bluetooth devices, and is recommended for all users.” That means it shouldn’t have any issue connecting to other gadgets, like a Bluetooth speaker, your iPhone or a keyboard/mouse combo.
The update measures 157.8MB in size and is likely waiting for you right when you boot the MacBook.