**UPDATE**: A writeup on [TUAW](http://www.tuaw.com/2012/01/31/in-pictures-airport-utility-6-0s-missing-features/) suggest that certain features are missing from the update.

Last night [Apple released version 6.0](http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1481) of the Apple AirPort Utility for the Mac as well as Time Capsule Firmware Update 7.6.1. The new release does not appear to have gained any new features or fix any bugs. However AirPort Utility 6.0 has been given a facelift. The new user interface (UI) looks just like the iOS version of the utility.

The user is presented with a network diagram of how the network devices (Apple only) are connected together and to the Internet.

Clicking any one of the icons brings up further details about that device.

AirPort Utility

To edit the setting for an Apple wireless access point (AirPort Express, Time Capsule, AirPort Extreme) click the icon for the device and click edit.

AirPort Utility

The new interface for editing the devices settings has been simplified. I found it a lot easier to find what I was looking for.

AirPort Utility Time Capsule Settings

I did have one disappoint, however. Apparently my 802.11b AirPort Express is too old and is no longer supported. Apple does provide a solution but I suspect that my WDS system no longer works. Time for a trip to [Creative Computing](http://www.creativecomputing.com/).

AirPort Utility AirPort Express

Have you tried the new AirPort Utility and have some tips to share? Have you run into any issues? Please let me know in the comments area below.

The iPhone is here and making history as one of the most hyped product introductions in history.  Gruber gives his opinions on Apple’s most innovative product to date.

Daring Fireball: iPhone First Impressions
Overall day one impression: the iPhone is 95 percent amazing, 5 percent maddening. I’m just blown away by how nice it is – very thoughtful UI design and outstanding engineering. It is very fun.