- Aug 19, 2010
- Gigabyte GA-P55M-UD2
- HD 5870
Look, I don't know if you're being willfully obtuse or not...Bootcamp does not allow Windows apps to run in macOS.
Wine and Crossover do, but neither are part of macOS natively.
Apple sold macs. They sold them with system software and design it to be compatible with published standards. They support their device and software to be compatible with other people's things. Like a hard drive, or a ram dimm. Or running Windows on Apple hardware with Bootcamp. So Apple sells hardware and software, but makes it compatible and supports that compatibility, with other things.
Here, I'll make it simpler. My Mac has a USB port. I can plug a keyboard in, and MacOS will say 'hey, you just attached a keyboard, lets configure it, push the key next to shift'. Because Apple is selling a device that is compatible with third party devices.