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OpenGL updated in Apple’s latest OS X

OpenGL has been updated to a newer version in Apple’s latest Beta of OS X 10.5, otherwise known as Leopard. Higher performance (a LLVM is used to improve vertex performance) and a newer version of OpenGL will help further Apple’s push towards graphical bliss. This should also help game developers by providing them with an easy way to access all the advanced features of today’s graphics cards. What this means for users: better performance 2D/3D, and (possibly) more advanced games.

Jun 13, 2007 | Category: Developers

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