Could Apple Improve MacBook Game Performance?
6:00 AM | Anthony Wang | 12 comments
One of the significant gripes about Apple computers are its ability to run games, especially Apple's entry-level systems such as the MacBook. In a recent article, MacWorld's Peter Cohen examines Apple's approach towards graphics in the MacBook.
A modest upgrade would be terrific. I can’t tell you how many conversations I’ve had with Mac game developers—ever since the MacBook was first introduced in 2006—where they’ve moaned and groaned about the system’s inability to run the games they’ve developed or have in the works. Even a low-end discrete graphics chip from ATI or Nvidia would be a welcome change—it would represent a huge upsurge in the number of Mac systems on the market that could be qualified for new games.To continue reading the article, please follow the links below.
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