Apple's macOS update finally opens up VR, HTC Vive to Mac developers
With all the recent talk from Tim Cook about Apple’s focus on augmented reality, it came as a bit of a surprise on Monday at WWDC when the company unveiled new support for virtual reality content creation.
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Along with the new High Sierra version of the macOS, Apple introduced Metal 2, the company’s advanced graphics technology that will support VR rendering and external GPUs (Apple’s new 27-inch iMac and iMac Pro will support VR right out of the box).
And this wasn’t a mere “hat tip” to VR