Apple has released Boot Camp 6, an update to the company's dual-booting assistant that let's the Mac run the latest and greatest Microsoft has to offer: Windows 10. Boot Camp 6 will support Windows 10 on Mac hardware going back all the way to 2012, which is a lot. If you want to make doubly sure you can dual-boot, here's the complete list!
Starting today, Apple's Boot Camp—the utility that allows for dual-booting on a Mac—now supports Windows 10. The support requires Boot Camp 6 on OS X Yosemite and a Mac from 2012 or later, and allows for drivers to be updated via Apple Software Update or the Boot Camp Assistant.
Microsoft is releasing an early version of its Windows Bridge for iOS tools to the open source community, in order to receive feedback and participation from developers. The final version of the tools, which will covert iOS apps so they work on Windows 10, will be released this fall.
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Microsoft has announced at Build 2015 that their new tools will allow developers to compile the Objective-C code for their iOS apps to work on Windows 10. The new toolkit in Visual Studio will allow devs to build Windows Store-ready apps from Objective-C code used for iOS and OS X, and will support touch controls as well as keyboard and mouse. The tools also allow for integration for...