Apple Boot Camp Boot Camp Assistant 6.1.16 Update

Apple today released a new version of the Boot Camp Boot Camp Assistant, the software that allows running Windows systems on Intel-based Macs. Boot Camp 6.1.16 is a minor bug-fix update, the previous 6.1.12 update fixed Bluetooth and WiFi driver stability issues.

According to the updated release notes, the software introduces WiFi WPA3 support and fixes a Bluetooth driver issue that sometimes occurs when resuming from sleep or hibernation.

Apple rolled out the Boot Camp 6.1.17 update back in March, available to Intel Mac users with Studio Display displays.

Boot Camp users can navigate to the Start menu in Windows and open the Apple Software Update application to install new Boot Camp drivers.

According to Apple's official website, Boot Camp is a utility that comes with your Mac that lets you switch between macOS and Windows. Download a copy of Windows 10/11 and let Boot Camp Assistant guide you through the installation steps on your Intel-based Mac.

Boot Camp is a feature only available on older Intel-based Macs. It's not compatible with Apple Silicon Macs , and those devices won't run Windows 11 natively unless virtualization software is used.

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