Apple’s Expected VR/AR Headset Unveiling at Developer Event and New MacBooks Will Require Whole New App Ecology

Apple set to unveil new VR/AR headset and MacBooks at developer event

Apple has announced its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will kick off later today, beginning at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET/6 p.m. BST. The event is expected to see the announcement of a new mixed-reality headset, which will require a whole new kind of app to be developed.

This new headset is aimed at thrusting users into alternate realities, and is one of the most exciting products expected to be unveiled today. In addition to the headset, Apple is also rumored to be launching new MacBooks, which will feature a sleek, updated design.

The news comes after weeks of speculation and rumors about what new products Apple will unveil at the conference. In addition to the new hardware, Apple is also expected to announce updates to its iOS software, including the release of iOS 17.

The WWDC conference is a key event for Apple, as it allows developers to learn about the company’s latest advancements and provides a platform for new product announcements. This year’s conference will be held virtually and will be free to all developers.

As the world looks towards the future of technology, Apple’s new VR/AR headset is set to be a game-changer, offering users a new way to interact with the world around them. The new MacBook is also expected to be a hit with users, offering improved features and a sleek design. Stay tuned for more updates from the WWDC conference as they emerge.