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The Macbook Pro external graphics now gets support

At the WWDC 2017, Apple officially declared a support for external graphics enclosures. This includes a list of devices that enable users to attach dedicated graphics card to their computer by using a Thunderbolt 3 port.

Moreover, Apple is expected to release its own external graphics enclosure. This will be in the form of a developer kit along with AMD Radeon 580. This announcement has been made as part of the company’s unveiling of Metal 2 which is its latest graphics software standard. This is an important change for the company.

The users will be able to add existing external graphics enclosures to the Mac for a period of time. Apple’s latest move is paving the way for virtual reality development. and seems to be a promising start for bringing the MAC platform up to the speed for the VR community but still there is a lot more to be dome.

Wish to order dev kit?. You can do that from Apple’s developer page.

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