Looks like 2023 is going to be a big year for her an Apple. Precisely, after a long period of endless rumors and speculation, it is long overdue Augmented and virtual reality headset From the company now it seems almost ready.
More specifically, according to well-known and trusted Bloomberg reporter Mark Gorman, the company plans to announce a VR/AR headset sometime this spring, ahead of the annual WWDC conference in June. In fact, the reporter points out, Apple has now given the handset to some well-known software developers, giving them a first look at its new software, the so-called “xrOS.”
Of course, if the hardware is already in the hands of the developers, its release shouldn’t be far off already. Specifically, after it was announced in the spring, Gurman expects Apple to release “Reality Pro” a few months later, in the fall.
It is noteworthy that, according to the reporter, how smoothly the final stages of product development will largely determine the company’s general plans for 2023. For example, he points out that Apple has worked with several developers xrOS team, which may affect the release date and release size Next from macOS, as well as iOS.
Of course, it remains to be seen what the final plans of the American giant are and it seems that patience will be required, at least until spring.
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