HTC introduced the new HTC Vive Pro in January 2018. It does This is an upgrade of the virtual reality headset. It offers 1,400 x 1,600 pixel resolution per eye. It is connected via USB-C.
Apple supports HTC Vive Pro
The new macOS 10.14 offers direct support for the headset. You can connect it to the Mac and “work” directly with it. The system supports the SteamVR Runtime environment.
According to Gasiński, Apple is said to have worked closely with HTC and Valve to enable users, and especially software developers, to use the headset on the Mac.
macOS Mojave gets on with VR glasses
According to Gasiński, macOS Mojave fully supports the VR glasses. So you can access the built-in headphones as well as the front-mounted cameras.
As part of the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple introduced the new operating system. There is already a beta for developers. Presumably this month there will also be a public beta. In the course of the conversion, unfortunately, some old braids were cut off. Not all old Macs are compatible with the system, which already worked with High Sierra. In addition, there is slowly but surely a generational change. Apple wants to go to Metal and away from OpenGL.
The competition from Facebook and Oculus is, however, less willing to cooperate with Apple.