Yesterday Apple released a new macOS Mojave 10.14.5 update that addresses a bug in iMac and Mac Mini devices, which prevented users from creating a new Boot Camp partition via Fusion Drive.
Boot Camp serves as means to create a separate partition, so Mac users can run Windows on the machine. This way, they’ll be able to run Windows-only apps on macOS.
Most users prefer Boot Camp to other third-party software because this program uses its very own drive partition, creating the feeling of having two individual machines that run each OS.
The issue was, that on some iMac and Mac Mini devices, users were unable to use Boot Camp properly. The Release notes state:
“This update addresses an issue which prevents creation of a new Boot Camp partition on iMac and Mac mini with Fusion Drive”
The update’s size is only 1.9MB, so it won’t take you very long to download and install it.
The Boot Camp macOS update is available for Mojave 10.14.5 users with a Mac Mini or iMac computers only.