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Apple fixes iMac and Mac mini Boot Camp bug with Mojave MacOS 10.14.5 update

Apple does not usually release software versions exclusively for certain models of devices such as Macs, however there are occasions when they are forced to do so in order to correct a particular error detected in those models. This has happened in recent hours with iMac and Mac mini whose system version is the Mojave MacOS 10.14.5, which have available a Boot Camp update to correct a bug.

For those who do not know what Boot Camp is, it is a wizard integrated into macOS that allows the installation of Windows on a hard disk partition. We invite you to visit our post about how to install Windows 10 on Mac for more information. The fact is that this wizard showed a series of bugs when performing the hard disk partitioning process , and precisely that bug has been fixed recently.

Apple fixes iMac and Mac mini Boot Camp bug with Mojave MacOS 10.14.5 update
Apple fixes iMac and Mac mini Boot Camp bug with Mojave MacOS 10.14.5 update

Part of the Boot Camp wizard to install Windows 10 on a Mac partition

This is not an update of macOS like ta l but of a part, which is why it is not a full system update nor is it a new variant of macOS 10.14. This update will only appear to iMac and Mac mini that have version 10.14.5. In the update notes themselves you can read that this update only affects the bug fix in Boot Camp.

At first glance, some people may not find it meaningful to install an operating system such as Windows on an Apple computer, but this can be extremely useful for some people who wish to have exclusive applications or functions of the Microsoft system. A remarkable case is that of some professionals who need both systems for their work and therefore the solution of this failure may be good news for them.

As for Mojave macaques as such, it seems that we will only see one more version in a few weeks. After all, the new Catalina will be launched in September and it will be the version that brings the most new features. Operating system that, by the way, you can try in beta version following our tutorial on how to test the beta without being a developer.

Do you own an iMac or Mac mini? Have you experienced any problems at Boot Camp? Tell us in the comment box.

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