At its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple is expected to introduce a “mixed reality” headset that offers both virtual reality and augmented reality, a technology that overlays virtual images on live video of the real world, Samantha Murphy Kelly reported for CNN.
Photo Insert: The highly anticipated release of an AR/VR headset would be Apple’s biggest hardware product launch since the debut of the Apple Watch in 2015.
The highly anticipated release of an AR/VR headset would be Apple’s biggest hardware product launch since the debut of the Apple Watch in 2015.
It could signal a new era for the company and potentially revolutionize how millions interact with computers and the world around them. But the headset is just one of many announcements expected at the developers' event.
Apple will also show off a long list of software updates that will shape how people use its most popular devices, including the iPhone and Apple Watch.
Apple may also tease how it plans to incorporate AI into more of its products and services and keep pace with a renewed arms race over the technology in Silicon Valley.