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    Apple and Imagination refresh multi-year license agreement

    It looks like development of convincing new products at Imagination has been rewarded.
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    Re: Apple and Imagination refresh multi-year license agreement

    Imagination were one of the first companies to demonstrate GPU accelerated ray-tracing... maybe that's something Apple want to harness as next-gen consoles are likely to bring ray-traced gaming visuals to the masses and change expectations forever.

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    Re: Apple and Imagination refresh multi-year license agreement

    Quote Originally Posted by KultiVator View Post
    Imagination were one of the first companies to demonstrate GPU accelerated ray-tracing... maybe that's something Apple want to harness as next-gen consoles are likely to bring ray-traced gaming visuals to the masses and change expectations forever.
    You could say that, however just throwing money at something doesn't make it a successful project and I can't imagine (BOOM) that "Mobile Gamers" are going to be bothered about a vision technology that is only at the start of it's life with (as far as i'm aware) no product in the mobile space with such a feature.

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    Re: Apple and Imagination refresh multi-year license agreement

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    Quote Originally Posted by KultiVator View Post
    Imagination were one of the first companies to demonstrate GPU accelerated ray-tracing... maybe that's something Apple want to harness as next-gen consoles are likely to bring ray-traced gaming visuals to the masses and change expectations forever.
    You could say that, however just throwing money at something doesn't make it a successful project and I can't imagine (BOOM) that "Mobile Gamers" are going to be bothered about a vision technology that is only at the start of it's life with (as far as i'm aware) no product in the mobile space with such a feature.
    the thinhg about Apple is.. they always want the best descriptions on their products,...even if it's utterly no use to anyone.

    that way the next gen phones can be even more money!

    When I phone X hit us at £1k or more I was in utter disbelief.

    Now.. I know multiple people with £1k mobiles!

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