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Apple unveiled their latest innovation, the Apple Vision Pro, at WWDC 2023, with a launch expected in 2024. The headset is described as a spatial device that combines digital content with the world around you. Priced at $3,499, the Vision Pro features groundbreaking hardware and a new operating system called visionOS.

The headset’s hardware is a result of Apple filing 5,000 patents, and it features various buttons, cameras, and speakers, as well as high-resolution displays for sharp visuals. The headband is adjustable for a comfortable fit, and ZEISS lenses can be attached for users who wear prescription glasses.

Vision Pro runs on the new visionOS operating system, which showcases connectivity with Mac devices and features like EyeSight, allowing the device to appear transparent from the front. It also introduces the use of eye-tracking and hand-tracking for user interaction within the virtual space.

The device is equipped with an M2 processor and an Apple R1 processor to handle the expansive requirements of applications and input from the 12 built-in cameras. The processing hardware also facilitates Optic ID, Apple’s iris scanning biometric authentication.

One downside to the Vision Pro is its battery performance, which only lasts for about two hours on its own, making a wired connection necessary for extended use. However, users can unplug the battery and use it on the go, or connect it to a wall plug for indefinite use.

Despite its drawbacks, the Apple Vision Pro is set to be an exciting device, promising seamless ecosystem connectivity and a polished user experience. It introduces new possibilities for various applications and is expected to be a game-changer in the realm of spatial devices.

In addition to the Vision Pro, Apple also announced the new MacBook Air M2 at WWDC 2023, powered by M2 Apple Silicon and priced at $1000. The latest MacBook Air promises improved performance, an all-new design, fast internal memory, excellent battery life, and an Apple M2 chipset for multitasking, editing, and working on-the-go.