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Apple Inc released Boot Camp 6 with support for Windows 10 for Macs

Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) has just rolled a new update for the Boot Camp, the multi-boot utility which allow users to run the popular Windows operating systems on their Mac devices. And if you’re a Mac user, this version have packed a nice delight for you as it allows users to run the latest Windows 10 on their Mac devices.apple-boot-camp-windows

This new version of Boot Camp will support the Windows 10 64 bit version for Macs not older than the 2012 models. It will include all the new models of iMac, Mac Mini, Mac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air and Macbook Pro. So if you are using anything older than that, you are out of luck.

According to Apple, the Mac features which support Boot Camp 6 includes various drivers for both USB 3.0 and USB Type C ports. The version will also support Thunderbolt ports and will be compatible with the computer’s built in SD and SDXC connections as well as built-in/external Apple SuperDrives along with Apple keyboard, mouse and touchpad.

The newly released Boot Camp also supports Windows 8 and 8.1 along with bringing upgraded drivers and official support for Windows 10 OS to some of the Apple hardware. But keep in mind that Windows 10 support is still new and you will encounter bugs here and there.

If you want to install Boot Camp 6 on your compatible Mac device first make sure that you have updated your device to the latest OS X Yosemite operating system. Besides that, also make sure that you have an authentic Windows 10 copy. Then, Apple says, that the Boot Camp 6 update itself should download automatically for anyone who is already using the previous version of Boot Camp.

 Here is the official page: Apple Boot Camp

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