Anonymous, 04 Mar 2016One more thing died with Steve Jobs. Apple hardly makes innovative or interesting products any... moreAgreed, Tim Cook has a completely different approach, all love peace and happiness crap hugging Microsoft and even playing nice with Android by giving them some of our apps, playing it safe far too often I reckon too. One things for sure he is doing what is right, and that's exactly what Steve asked of him. A new approach to the way Apple operates isn't necessarily a bad thing though. In this case, they should have embraced gaming on Mac's a long time ago. And a part of me feels that's the reason they don't really go after those who build hackintosh' seven though it's against the EULA.
Anonymous, 04 Mar 2016Real VR. Are HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are fake VR? LOL.HTC Vive is an allround better product and supports Mac.
Samsung has a partnership with Oculus for the Gear VR. Is it a surprise they would try to attack Apple any time they can?
Anonymous, 04 Mar 2016Real VR. Are HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are fake VR? LOL.They're as real as is currently gets! Best on the market in fact! And at the end of the day a pre cursor to something greater.
Anonymous, 04 Mar 2016Vr and hololens is totally different and not even competition for each other. Go read a book.lol
Anonymous, 04 Mar 2016real VR is hololenseVr and hololens is totally different and not even competition for each other. Go read a book.
Apple is only good at making mediocre products and selling them to technically challenged ppl at higher prices. This is how they become most valuable company.
lol lol lol.. osx is just a teenager's toy with childish blink blink user interface. apple doesnt want it to become gaming platform, because games will drain battery faster.
Anonymous, 04 Mar 2016Real VR. Are HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are fake VR? LOL.real VR is hololense
Anonymous, 04 Mar 2016what is the definition of a proper laptop or computer? why are people saying that Mac's are no... moreI have a mac. They are just expensive facebook machines. I use mine for development though on Apple software. Otherwise I use my much more powerful PC.
Well...it may be the "burn", but Apple doesn't make gaming computers. They make business PCs. They stuck with this model for years, so it would be interesting to see, if they will expand on that, to please VR enthusiasts. Reminds me of iphones with 3.5 - 4 inch screens only, being used for far too long. To please more people had to finally go bigger. That happened with phones, so perhaps there is a hope for VR on Macs. Just learn from the past and don't wait too long with it.
AnonD-362866, 04 Mar 20162 years from now. Apple will join the game. From now until then, everyone, from everywhere wil... moreOne more thing died with Steve Jobs. Apple hardly makes innovative or interesting products anymore. Btw that's what Microsoft does, jump into established market.
Apple was the polar opposite, creating markets that weren't there, like the capacitive touch phone, the tablet with touch, the ultrabook, the online music stores. All done big by Apple, before them prototypes existed, if that. Nowadays Apple is the new Microsoft, Steve Jobs is probably powering a small town by now by his spinnin in the grave, alone...
Dudi4, 04 Mar 2016You can't be that stupid....Deluded would be a more appropriate word.
Even if Macs get the Rift there's no games for that platform which is mainly used only for Facebook.
Anonymous, 04 Mar 2016VR content are well optimized. VR need more raw graphic power.Also one more thing that nobody would want see VR at 720p or so in low quality/pixelated so this is one of the main reasons why they want it to be only gtx 970 and above . Good product with cheap PC people will be disappointed and will think 'shit this vr, it's bad quality, waste of money' when it is their PC fault. So yeah I hope you get the point