Believe it or not, Apple still has Apple with Intel processors. We are constantly talking about Apple Silicon or the M2, M2 Pro chips…etc, but the reality is that there are many models on the market that are still running on Intel. That is why the company continues to work for them, so that they do not become obsolete and so that they continue to perform, although the company’s ultimate goal is to keep only what is theirs. The last thing is that the Boot Camp utility has been updated.
Some people have the need to have to work with the Windows operating system on their Mac. For this, Boot Camp was created, which is a way of being able to work in both worlds but on the same machine. Apple has been updating the tool so that it can be adapted to new user needs and above all so that it does not become obsolete and can work fine.
In fact, a new update has just been released. includes Wi-Fi enhancements, as it adds support for the WPA3 standard. It is a new Wi-Fi protocol that makes the network even more secure against brute force attacks. The new standard also adds more protection for public Wi-Fi networks and works better with the so-called Internet of Things.
It can be said that this is the most important part of the update, but not the only one. In addition to that, we have also implemented a solution that fixes a problem with the Bluetooth driver that might occur after waking up the computer from sleep or hibernation modes.
We have to remember that for now, Boot Camp only works with Macs with Intel processors, since those who own Apple Silicon and want to run Windows must do so with Parallels.