If you want to use a Mac to install Windows, you will usually use Boot Camp. Boot Camp has recently updated the Windows driver. The help file shows that the MacBook Pro 16 2020 version is supported? It is unknown whether this is a human error or accidental exposure of important information early. The document pointed out that the new Boot Camp driver can improve the stability of the 16-inch MacBook Pro 2019 and 2020 under high load conditions. However, the MacBook Pro 16-inch version currently only has the 2019 version, not the 2020 version.
It is expected that Apple will launch a new generation of Apple Silicon MacBook in November 2020, which may be MacBook Pro 13 or MacBook Air or even MacBook 12. However, the Apple Silicon version of the MacBook Pro 16 will not be available until 2021 at the earliest. However, Apple Silicon uses the ARM architecture and did not install Windows with Boo Camp. This time it appeared in the 2020 version of Boot Camp. If it is not a human error, does it mean that the MacBook Pro 16-inch x86 version will still have a last update before the Apple Silicon version is launched? It seems that we have to wait for the press conference next month at the earliest.