Share on Facebook Tweet this Share Update: Apple has started shipping the External Graphics Development Kit, and it’s showing up on developers’ doorsteps. We’ve provided information from one of the first lucky people to receive the new kit. During Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, the company’s Mac-themed segment new iMacs, a beastly new iMac Pro, and even another laptops. For the new iMacs, Apple is injecting configurations with discrete Radeon Pro 500 Series graphics chips, which means the all-in-ones will finally support virtual reality headsets such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. But what about current iMac and MacBook owners?
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Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi showcased a Thunderbolt 3-based external graphics card enclosure supported by MacOS “High Sierra” and Apple’s latest version of, a proprietary application programming interface providing developers with near-direct access to a graphics chip. He specifically mentioned MacBook Pros as compatibles devices for customers who need more graphics performance than what is already provided inside. Adobe acrobat for chrome mac.
Starting on June 5, 2017, Apple started providing developers with a kit consisting of a Thunderbolt 3-based graphics card enclosure, AMD’s Radeon RX 580 graphics card, and a USB Type-C hub. This will enable developers to fine-tune their apps and programs to support an external graphics card prior to going live “in the months to come.” One Apple developer, Josh Farkas, received his External Graphics Development Kit, and he posted the initial experience on Twitter: Unboxing Apple's External Graphics Developer's Kit!???? — Josh Farkas (@JoshuaFarkas) It comes with a breakaway box.