Although Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) is primarily geared toward developers, it also functions as a marketing platform. The conference thrill iPhone, iPad, and Mac customers with a well covered keynote and the introduction of new Apple OS versions.
Although Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) is intended for developers, it also serves as a marketing platform. With a well-covered presentation and the launch of new Apple OS versions, the conference delights iPhone, iPad, and Mac customers.
In addition to the usual events, a daylong “Special Event at Apple Park” with the intriguing appellation of “Apple Park” is scheduled for June 5 this year. Everyone is waiting to see what Apple has in store for them because the nature of this event is yet unknown.
Although Apple has not acknowledged anything, there is suspicion that the scheduled “Special Event at Apple Park” may involve both the headset and xrOS, the operating system that will power Apple’s Mixed Reality headset.
According to recent rumors, the headgear will be available in June, and some analysts believe it will have a significant impact on the broader AR/VR market.
This XR headset, codenamed the Apple Reality Pro, is expected to be extremely powerful, with dual TSMC CPUs, dual small OLED panels from Sony, 12 cameras, and an additional power source.
The device, which is aimed at professionals rather than general customers, is likely to cost roughly $3,000. The headset is expected to be available later this year.