Are you a Mac user hoping to experience virtual reality? Oculus co-founder Nate Mitchell revealed in an interview with TechCrunch that the company has no plans to support Apple computers in the coming months. Mitchell, who uses a MacBook Pro as his daily computer, explained that Mac support is “something near and dear to my heart,” but it takes a lot of resources to deliver a premium experience. While early Oculus development kits supported some Apple computers, the consumer release of the Rift headset removed it.
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