Apple had a longer testing process for this Windows OS apparently, but as of today none of that matters anymore. Yesterday Apple released an update for its Boot Camp utility that fixes several software issues and adds support for Windows 7. We knew you’d pull through, Apple. Apple’s Boot Camp 3.1 now adds support for all three versions of Windows 7, both configurations (32 & 64-bit), and added a graphics firmware upgrade for iMacs and Mac Pros including fixes for Mac trackpads, Magic Mouse, and the Apple’s wireless keyboard. Apple has yet to explain the three week delay on the update–but now that it’s here, we’ll excuse them for that.
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