Here's some good news for Mac fans who were looking for an oppurtunity to install Windows 10 onto thier Macbooks! Yesterday Apple announced that the latest version of the Boot Camp, which is now rolling out to the OS X Yosemite users comes with support for 64 bit version of Windows 10. This announcement was spotted by Apple Insider on the company's support page document.
Further Apple details the process of installing a fresh copy of Windows 10 on a target Mac, while also covering upgrades from previous 32-bit or 64-bit Windows versions. In both instances, Boot the user is required to get hold of an ISO file to correctly install Windows 10 in Macbook's hard drive partition.
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Microsoft currently provides its 64-bit operating system as an ISO file, installation DVD or on a USB flash drive installer. Users with a valid Windows 7/8.1 licensce can update to the Windows 10 for free, but that won't be the case for most Mac users.
The document also provides a list of Macbooks that support 64-bit versions of Windows 10:
MacBook Pro with Retina display (13-inch, Late 2012 to Early 2015)
MacBook Pro with Retina display (15-inch, Mid 2012 to Mid 2015)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012)
MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2012)
MacBook Air (11-inch, Mid 2012 to Early 2015)
MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid 2012 to Early 2015)
MacBook with Retina display (12-inch, Early 2015)
iMac (Retina 5k, 27-inch, Late 2014 to Mid 2015)
iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2012 to Mid 2014)
iMac (27-inch, Late 2012 to Late 2013)
Mac mini (Late 2014)
Mac mini Server (Late 2012)
Mac mini (Late 2012)
Mac Pro (Late 2013)
Before you get too excited and start jumping joy, let's mention a minor catch. While Apple installs their OS X Yosemite in the SSD partition of their hard drives, the Windows 10 will get installed in the HDD partition. This means that you may not recieve an optimal performance from your Macbook. Nevertheless hope that Apple solves this minor issue sooner than later.