Almost three weeks later than originally promised, Apple has finally added support for Windows 7 to its Boot Camp technologies in Mac OS X, which let Mac computers dual boot between the two OSes. The support comes via Boot Camp 3.1 (where Snow Leopard shipped with version 3.0), which comes in both 32-bit and 64-bit variants. There's also a third update for those users who have already installed Windows Vista under Boot Camp and would like to perform an in-place upgrade to Windows 7.

Boot Camp Software Update 3.1 for Windows 32-bit

This update adds support for Microsoft Windows 7 (Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate), addresses issues with the Apple trackpad, turns off the red digital audio port LED on laptop computers when it is not being used, and supports the Apple wireless keyboard and Apple Magic mouse.

Boot Camp Software Update 3.1 for Windows 64-bit

This update adds support for Microsoft Windows 7 (Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate), addresses issues with the Apple trackpad, turns off the red digital audio port LED on laptop computers when it is not being used, and supports the Apple wireless keyboard and Apple Magic mouse.

Boot Camp Utility for Windows 7 Upgrade

Use the Boot Camp Utility for Windows 7 Upgrade Installation Utility before upgrading from Vista to Windows 7. This utility safely unmounts the read-only Macintosh volume on Microsoft Vista. For more information on this update,please visit this website.

Kudos to Apple for eventually getting to this.