Apple issues driver update for Windows 7, 8 on Macs

Improves FaceTime compatibility with Boot Camp-based installs.

In a seeming coincidence to being the day Microsoft has launched its latest version of Windows, on Wednesday Apple released a driver update for those running Windows 7 and Windows 8 on their 2015 series MacBook computers, including the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and the latest Retina MacBook. The update is a FaceTime Camera driver update that improves compatibility with Windows when using Boot Camp-based installations.
The update applies only to those MacBook models released or updated in 2015, and comes on the heels of a 2015-specific firmware update for the latest MacBook Pro. The new driver is recommended for all Boot Camp users whose machines meet the qualifications. The update is currently available only through Apple's support site, but will eventually be available through Software Update in the Mac App Store for affected owners.