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Apple’s External Graphics Development Kits shipping to some developers

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Apple’s External Graphics Development Kits shipping to some developers

Some developers are already starting to obtain their External Graphics Development Kits from Apple. To begin with unveiled previous this week as a part of Apple's push to convey VR developers over to the macOS platform, the eGPU package is made to lend a hand developers create and check digital fact content material on a Thunderbolt 3-equipped Mac.

From Cubibicle Ninjas CEO Josh Farkas on Twitter:

The package comes with a Sonnet exterior GPU chassis with Thunderbolt 3, an AMD Radeon RX 580 graphics card with 8GB of video reminiscence, and a Belkin USB-C-to-USB-A hub with for USB-A ports. For a restricted time, developers can also be in a position to get a promotional code for $100 against an HTC Vive digital fact headset.

Apple made a relatively really extensive VR push for macOS all the way through its WWDC 2017 keynote, pronouncing strengthen for VR at the Mac coming from Epic's Unreal recreation engine and SteamVR, amongst others. If you are a registered Apple developer, you'll be able to order a package without delay from Apple from its developer site for $599.

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