Today, Apple has seen fit to release a new version of the macOS 10.14.5 Boot Camp update. The new update arrives which addresses the iMac and Mac mini bug which was preventing the creation of a new Boot Camp partition using a Fusion Drive. Let's dive in to see some more details on the matter and see whether the company has added any other forward-facing addition to the table.
macOS 10.14.5 Released With Boot Camp Bug Fixes For iMac and Mac Mini
As we have mentioned earlier, Apple has released macOS 10.14.5 which is oriented towards iMac and Mac mini. The bug basically disallowed users to create a Boot Camp partition using a Fusion Drive. If you have been facing the issue, installing the latest build will address the dilemma.
If you're up for it, macOS 10.14.5 can be downloaded on your compatible iMac and Mac mini from Apple's support document. The new software build is available to those users who own an iMac or a Mac mini, so MacBook users are left out.
Boot Camp is designed in order to create a separate partition for Mac users to run Windows on the machine. This allows users to run Windows-only apps on the system along with other content. It's a great tool for anyone who makes use of Apple's hardware to run Windows software.
The new Boot Camp update is available to compatible devices right now, so be sure to install it if you're having issues creating a separate partition for Windows. The new macOS 10.14.5 update arrives a month after the company released macOS Mojave 10.14.5 to the general public.
There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details on the matter. As for what else is part of the update, we suspect the new version simply addressed issues pertaining to Boot Camp bug. However, we will let you guys know as soon as something new is discovered.
This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the matter? Share your views in the comments.