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Well how interesting. You mean that I can play all sorts of 3D games on my old, useless Mac Pro but I can't do basic VR? Sounds to me like Oculus is doing something wrong. I mean, if their hardware won't run on the types of hardware most people own, then it's a niche product that will wait for technology to catch up. That equals very few sales and a slow growth curve. Sounds like investors should stay away from this company.
Apple is declining, why else would they make their services more cross-platform if not in an attempt to increase revenue?
If Apple wants more people to buy iPads, they need to make the iPad work for people who actually want to do work. The iPad Pro is a total joke, you can't do any serious work on something that doesn't at least run professional apps like Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, etc. iPad Pro should have received the full version of Mac OS X. The Surface Pro is truly a pro tablet, the iPad Pro is nothing more than an experiment that will fail.