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  1. Benchmarking AMD Radeon VII Gaming GPU with Apple’s macOS Mojave 10.14.5

    How does it compare to other Mac compatible, high-end GPUs?

  2. Benchmarks of 15-inch MacBook Pro with Radeon Pro Vega 20 reveal performance improvements

    Benchmarks for the 15-inch MacBook Pro models equipped with the Radeon Pro Vega 20…

  3. Why Apple’s macOS Mojave requires Metal – and deprecates OpenGL

    In order to run the new macOS Mojave, Macs must have graphics hardware capable of supporting Metal…

  4. DaVinci Resolve: OpenCL versus Apple’s Metal

    So when you are doing GPU centric functions in DaVinci Resolve…

  5. Some game developers hint at abandoning the Mac as Apple deprecates OpenGL

    Apple’s move to cut OpenGL after macOS 10.14 Mojave and pushing for the use of its own Metal graphics tech…

  6. Apple deprecates OpenGL across all OSes; urges developers to use Metal

    Apple is deprecating support for what are now their legacy graphics and compute APIs…

  7. Apple positions Metal as part of new 3D graphics standard for Web

    Apple’s WebKit team on Tuesday proposed a new Community Group at the World Wide Web Consortium…

  8. Why Apple’s new Metal for Mac is a big deal for gamers

    There were a lot of big announcements this week at Apple’s annual WWDC event…

  9. Eight hidden improvements for your Mac in OS X 10.11 El Capitan

    During Yesterday’s keynote presentation on the upcoming OS X El Capitan…

  10. Metal for Mac is so huge, bye-bye Mac Pro

    Mac users rejoice!

  11. Apple’s latest Mac Pro continues to cause problems for professional users

    One year after its release, Apple’s radically redesigned Mac Pro…

  12. Mac Pro: What does Apple mean by ‘Pro?’

    Do you need a new Mac Pro or merely want one?

  13. Apple may integrate NVIDIA’s Kepler video in next-gen Mac Pro

    Apple’s long-rumored Mac Pro update could signal a return to NVIDIA…

  14. Intel’s Ivy Bridge mobile CPUs for Apple’s next MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models due around May

    Apple currently uses Intel’s mobile Sandy Bridge processors in its MacBook Pro and MacBook Air notebooks…

  15. Intel next-gen Ivy Bridge chips to support core Mac OS X tech OpenCL; more powerful MacBook Air

    Intel’s next-generation processor is expected to add support for a key OS X tech…