Monday, June 5, 2017

Apple is officially giving the MacBook Pro external graphics

Well, here’s a surprise: at WWDC 2017, Apple officially acknowledged support for external graphics enclosures – devices that allow you to attach a dedicated graphics card to your computer, usually through a Thunderbolt 3 port. Even more surprising, Apple is releasing its own external graphics enclosure in the form of a developer kit. Granted, the announcement was part of Apple unveiling Metal 2, its newest graphics software standard, but it’s still a notable change of pace for the company. To be clear, you’ve been able to add existing external graphics enclosures such as the Razer Core to the Mac for some time,…

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