Apple Updates Boot Camp to Version 3.2, Adds Support for 2011 iMacs

Posted by at 2:34 pm on May 3, 2011

Apple has posted a new version of Boot Camp, its software allowing Windows partitions to run on a Mac. The v3.2 update, weighting in at just 638KB, is a minor one, only resolving problems with Japanese and South Korean keyboards when operating on a 2011 iMac. The update is nevertheless available in over a dozen languages, and requires Windows 7.

The 2011 iMacs represent large gain over past models since all models are now quad-core, scaling up to a 3.4GHz Core i7. Apple is also claiming increased graphics performance up to three times faster, and better webcam technology in the form of FaceTime HD. On the back are two Thunderbolt ports, capable of transfer speeds up to 10Gbps.

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