Apple releases new BootCamp beta

New release contains something new, something old

Apple has released a new version of it's BootCamp Beta software, enabling you to install Windows on an Intel-based Mac.

The software's website claims the new 1.1.2 release has support for "the newest Intel-based Macintosh computers", as well as a few other inclusions such as support for Apple's USB modems, improved support for wireless networking and a less hassled Windows driver installation.

Crucially, the update also marks a formal release for BootCamp's ability to support the built-in iSight camera within Windows.

The download is 143MB in size .



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