A new version of Boot Camp, the program that enables Windows to operate on Macs with Intel processors, was released by Apple. The previous 6.1.12 version, which fixed stability problems with Bluetooth and WiFi drivers, has been replaced by 6.1.16, a bug fix update that fixes minor issues. The software adds WiFi WPA3 functionality and resolves a Bluetooth driver problem that occasionally occurred while waking up from Sleep or Hibernation, according to the release notes for the upgrade.
Apple Released The New Boot Camp Version
Back in March, Apple released the 6.1.17 upgrade, which is accessible to Studio Display-using Intel Mac users.
Users of Boot Camp can access the Apple Software Update app from the Start menu in Windows and launch it to install the most recent Boot Camp drivers.
On earlier Macs with Intel-based processors, a function called Boot Camp is only accessible. The only way Apple silicon Macs can run Windows is through virtualization software, hence it is incompatible with these devices. Users of the software can now update their software, and whether they are experiencing problems or not, they should probably do so. Since Windows and Boot Camp are incompatible with Apple silicon Macs, this only pertains to owners of Intel Macs. It is unfortunate because even Windows ought to benefit from the speed that Apple’s CPUs provide. These days, running Apple silicon Macs requires the use of virtualization software, which is not ideal for individuals who have used it for years.
The best Macs Apple has ever sold are clearly made possible by Apple hardware, but for those who depend on Windows for both work and play, the lack of native Windows support remains a concern; to put it mildly, the macOS gaming environment is still underwhelming.
Apple’s transition away from Intel and toward its own-designed chips, which TSMC manufactures, is almost complete.