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I am sorry, Francis129, but none of here work for Apple, Inc, or have anything to do with Apple, Inc, apart from using and buying their products. we are just a friendly community of users helping each other out. I know nothing about any promotion of the new iMac as being VR ready. Are you quite sure it was the new iMac? I'm not. However, that being said, I'd be delighted to help you out

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Aug 05, 2011  The hidden costs of running Windows on a Mac. Thinking of running Windows on a Mac? You can choose Boot Camp or a virtual machine, but are hidden costs in performance for both options. Explore the world of Mac. Check out MacBook Pro, iMac Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, and more. Visit the Apple site to learn, buy, and get support. VR technology is set to boom on Mac, mainly due to the long-awaited announcement by Apple in 2017 that macOS 10.13 High Sierra would support VR technologies and hardware like eGPU boxes. At the 2018 WWDC Apple announced that macOS 10.14 Mojave would support the latest HTC Vive Pro head mounted display and this has continued into macOS 10.15 Catalina. NO BOOT CAMP: Using Boot Camp and Windows 10 to experience VR is a gigantic PITA. Although Steam for OS X works well on a Mac, SteamVR for OS X is basically unusable at this point. Although Steam for OS X works well on a Mac, SteamVR for OS X is basically unusable at this point.

in this time. Support of any VR headsets, be they HTC or another brand, by an iMac, Mac pro, or anything Mac, depends on the manufacturers' willingness to 'Play Ball' with Apple, and Apple's willingness to 'Play Ball' with them and support their products. the requirements for the HTC vive vr are as follows (I got this from HTC's website, and this is the minimum, mind you):


GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD RX 480 or better, i5 4590 or better for the processor, 4 gigs of ram or better, HDMI 1.4 or DisplayPort 1.2, windows 7 SP1, 8.1 or later, windows 10. Technically, support for the Mac is in Beta, which means that eventually it will be there, just not right now. As to when that would be, I can't say for sure. Looks to me like the system requirements are pretty beefy, as would be expected to run a VR headset of any kind. In order to run that on a Mac, any Mac, you'd probably have to either try for a Mac Pro or iMac pro, with an eGPU breakout box, plus the cost of the headset, around $500, and the necessary software to run windows 8 or 10 with full access to the onboard graphics card, parallels or VMWare Fusion come to mind, plus a working dvd of windows 8 or 10 and installing that, and getting everything up and running.. You might be able to do it in Boot Camp, but I tried it once and hosed my Mac Pro, but I had no idea what I was doing or getting myself into, so maybe forget that.

So..yes..it's..technically possible...but it's..complicated...would it be worth it, financially and in terms of your time and work ??

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Probably not. As I said in the first line of my reply, I don't work for Apple Inc, and have nothing to do with them as a company. so I can't confirm if the new iMac is vr ready at all. Is it false advertising ? No. I've never heard of or seen that ad. I haven't seen the part of the website that promotes the new iMac as VR ready..not until just now ( i had to check it out for myself, I just couldn't believe it to be true, but it is)..and yes, you are partially correct, the new iMac does support VR and the HTC vive headset..but there is a Catch, a big one. You can only use it for editing 360 degree videos in Final Cut Pro and/or create cutting edge VR content,.and there's a '6' by that last statement..let's see where that goes, shall we? down to the bottom of the page, and here it is..works on a 27' iMac with Radeon Pro 580 Graphics, and High Sierra. Final Cut Pro X will add support for 360 degree video editing later this year. that's all it says about that, and that's mostly all I have to say. There are various models of iMac sold, and certain ones may meet that requirement, certain others may not. You cannot play games with an iMac and a VR headset, any VR headset...at least...not yet.. the support just isn't there yet. I'd suggest that if you want to play VR games, then get a Playstation 4 pro, or Xbox One and a VR headset. That should work OK, and it probably won't be 4k pounds either. (cor ! that's a mighty load of dosh, that is. We're talking serious cabbage here )

anyways, back over to you

John B

Mac boot camp volume not there

Feb 2, 2019 3:53 PM

How to start up in macOS from Windows

  1. From the notification area on the right side of the Windows taskbar, click to show hidden icons.
  2. Click the Boot Camp icon .
  3. From the menu shown, choose Restart in macOS.
    If you haven't installed the latest Boot Camp updates, you might get the message ”Could not locate the OS X boot volume.'

Or use Startup Manager as your Mac starts up:

  1. Restart your Mac from the Start menu in Windows.
  2. Press and hold the Option (or Alt) ⌥ key as your Mac begins to restart.
  3. Select your Mac startup volume (Macintosh HD) in the Startup Manager window, then press Return or click the up arrow:

How to start up in Windows from macOS

  • Use Startup Manager to choose your Windows (Boot Camp) volume during startup.
  • Or select your Boot Camp volume in Startup Disk preferences, then restart.

Learn more

  • If you're having difficulty using VoiceOver or another screen reader to complete these steps, please contact Apple Support.
  • Learn how to install Windows 10 on your Mac.