Apple prepares for the game-changing WWDC 2023: Mixed reality headsets and new features in the spotlight

It is predicted that the next Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be one of Apple’s biggest events. Apple may finally unveil its mixed reality headset after years of rumors and leaks, catapulting the company into a new category of products and giving everyone a first look at its efforts to convince Apple’s iPhones. investors that virtual reality is worth the investment.

Surely there will also be more: operating system new updates, features and apps, and perhaps new hardware. Details on how and when to watch the WWDC keynote, as well as some of the announcements we anticipate from Apple, are gathered here.

According to The Verge, Apple has confirmed that this year’s WWDC keynote is scheduled to take place on Monday, June 5, at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT. It will take place as a digital and in-person event at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, with the Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to kick things off. You can check out the entire WWDC lineup here.

Apple will live stream the WWDC keynote from its website and YouTube channel. If you can’t watch the keynote live, you can always follow a pre-recorded version that Apple will post on YouTube after it airs.

With that said, let’s get into some of the biggest announcements we expect Apple to make during WWDC.

Without a doubt, Apple’s mixed reality headset is one of the most exciting new products in recent memory. Apple has not even confirmed its existence yet, but it is rumored that it will be able to offer both augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experience.

It seems to be called “Reality Pro”, the developer-focused headset is expected to have a “ski goggles” look that comes with a physical dial that allows you to adjust in and out of the real world. virtual reality, according to The Verge

The headset will likely be a standalone device with a battery pack connected to it by a special wire. It is said to have an M2 chip with 16GB of RAM according to the specifications. According to supply chain analyst Ross Young, the device could include two 1.41-inch Micro OLED panels with 4,000 (ppi) each.

Young adds that the display is capable of delivering more than 5,000 nits of brightness, and users will be able to view 4K resolution in each eye, according to The Verge.

Apple is said to be working hard to create VR versions of some of their original products. application, including Safari, FaceTime, Apple TV, Apple Books, Freeform, and more, according to the report. Alternatively, it may have a feature that allows the headset to act as an external display for your Mac. Apple’s headphones are expected to cost around $3,000, so it won’t come cheap. We probably won’t see cheaper variants of the device at this year’s rollout, although Apple is said to be developing them as well.

There have been signs that Apple may be planning to reveal its “Reality Pro” headset at WWDC, as the company sent out an invite to an editor at the VR-focused store UploadVR. Apple has also posted an AR trailer on its website, displaying a thin, movie-like Apple logo with the WWDC date wherever you point your iPhone or iPad’s camera.

According to The Verge, WWDC is an event for developers, which means we should see several updates for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, etc.

High-end products like Apple’s brand new operating system, new MacBook Air, and mixed reality (MR) headsets will be unveiled during the 5-day developer event.

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s keynote was the highlight of the event for developers.

The event will start on June 5 (Monday) at 10:30pm (IST) for Indian audience. June 9 marks the end of the developer event. (ANI)


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