Also announced at WWDC is macOS support for SteamVR, and HTC Vive is already confirmed to support it. Yes, you’ll no longer have to dual-boot into Windows just to use the Vive on your Mac. The Oculus Rift was oddly missing throughout the keynote, but since it’s SteamVR we’re talking about here, it’s probably just a matter of time before it gets macOS compatibility as well. At least one person is looking forward to that, anyway.
For the non-developers, the 27-inch iMac Retina 5K is getting refreshed with Intel’s Kaby Lake CPUs along with AMD’s Radeon Pro 570, 575 and 580, which are good enough for running VR. The cost? These start from $1,799.
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