The “Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC)” ceremony was held, during which Apple unveiled its first mixed reality headset called “Vision Pro” as well as a 15-inch MacBook Air.
According to Engjet, in addition to that, Mac Studio and Mac Pro were also updated, both of which used the new M2 Ultra chip.
It can be easily claimed that “Vision Pro” was the impressive device of this ceremony. This mixed reality headset has powerful specifications, including the powerful M2 chip (along with the accompanying R1 chip), 4K resolution screens for each eye, and about 12 cameras and sensors that make every movement recorded and 3D photography.
An external display shows the user’s eyes and sends notifications to others when he uses the app.
Vision Pro is powered by Vision OS, a special platform for spatial computing. This tool is based on a 3D mixed reality interface that makes apps, FaceTime calls and other features effectively float in physical space. The user can control his Mac computer, play computer games, use iPad apps using a virtual display.
Of course, the price of this device will not be cheap and Apple sells it with a tag of 3499 dollars. The mentioned headset will be released in early 2024. This tool is actually a wearable computer for developers.
Along with this device, Apple unveiled the 15-inch MacBook Air, which is the company’s first large laptop for regular users. M2 chip, MagSafe connector and two twin Thunderbolt 4 ports are used in this computer. The screen of the device is 15.3 inches and its battery life is 18 hours. At 0.45 inches thick, experts have called it the thinnest 15-inch laptop ever, weighing just 3.3 pounds.
The base price of MacBook Air is $1,299.