Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Here’s what Apple announced at WWDC: Vision Pro, 15-inch MacBook Air, OS update


CUPERTINO, California, Apple today announced the Apple Vision Pro. A revolutionary wearable computer that allows users to stay connected with others while merging digital content with the physical world. Vision Pro creates an endless portfolio of applications that can expand beyond. The confines of traditional teaching and deliver the full three dimensional user interface used by advanced devices and common sense. The user’s eyes, hands and voice control. Vision Pro’s new design incorporates the highest resolution system. With 23 million pixels on both sides and exclusive Apple silicon with dual-chip design. Enabling every experience to happen right before the user’s eyes in real time.

Vision Pro builds on Apple’s years of innovation with revolutionary new ideas and thousands of digital innovations. And products are like nothing before.


Apple Vision Pro brings the power of personalization to life by changing the way users interact. With their favorite apps, capture and recall, enjoy TV movies and great movies, and connect with others on FaceTime. Infinite canvas for business and home applications: VisionOS features a three-dimensional interface that places applications in the center of the screen so that they can view side-by-side at any scale. new ways to house, access your favorite apps, and multitask. The Vision Pro. Movie theater with screens up to 100 feet wide and a state-of-the-art Spatial Sound system.

Users can watch movies and TV shows or enjoy beautiful 3D movies. Apple Immersive Video offers 180-degree high-definition recording and Spatial Audio, giving users access to immersive videos that take them to new places. spatial calculation leads to new games with names that expand the range of immersion and transport players to a whole new world.

Immersive Environments:

With Ambience, the user’s world can go beyond the length of the room with beautiful, beautiful images that can help them focus or reduce clutter in busy areas. One tap on the Digital Crown allows users to control their presence or access level in the environment.

Memories Come to Life:

Apple Vision Pro features Apple’s first 3D camera. Allowing users to capture, recall and immerse in their favorite memories with Spatial Audio. Each photo and video space takes the user back to a special time. Such as a celebration with friends or a special family gathering. Users can access their entire photo library via iCloud and view their life-size photos and videos in brilliant color and stunning detail. Every panorama shot on iPhone expands and envelops the user. Creating the impression that they are standing in place.

FaceTime becomes spatial: With Apple Vision Pro, FaceTime calls can make participants sound like they’re on the floor by taking advantage of the space and spatial audio around the user, where everyone in the conversation is projected onto life-size tiles.
IPad apps that work well and integrate with the latest sign-in systems to work. . Vision Pro. Apple’s developer community can go further, using the powerful and unique capabilities of Vision Pro and visionOS to create new app experiences and rethink existing computing experiences.

Revolutionary Operating System and User Interface. The result is a revolutionary work that provides the best experience that uses the environment around the user to create new opportunities at work and at home. Apple Vision Pro introduces new techniques controlled by the human eye, hand and voice to help users navigate and interact with spatial content.

When someone approaches the Vision Pro user, the device feels transparent and allows the user to see them while the user’s eyes are visible. When a user enters an environment or uses an application, EyeSight provides others with visual feedback about the user’s face.

June 5 (Reuters) – Apple Inc (AAPL.O) unveiled its first augmented reality (AR) headset, along with hardware and software updates, on Monday at the company’s annual meeting.

Since the launch of the Apple Watch nine years ago, Apple’s Vision Pro competes with Meta Platforms Inc’s (META.O) Quest series and Sony Group Inc’s (6758.T) PlayStation VR. Since then, it has been attracting the iPhone manufacturer to new products.

VISION PRO After months of speculation, Apple has finally introduced its AR headset. Starting at $3,499 – three times the price of Meta’s most expensive device – it will go on sale early next year. The headset, which looks like a ski hat. Includes virtual and augmented reality capabilities and allows users to see digital content superimposed on their surroundings.

Apple claims that the device is Disney+ (DIS.N) Streaming media services, office suites from Microsoft Corporation (MSFT.O) and applications from Adobe Inc (ADBE.O).
The Vision Pro has 12 cameras and an Apple Watch-like headset to switch between AR and VR environments. It is power by an external battery with a capacity of two hours and is connect to the device with a plug-in cable.

The headset is power by the M2 chip and a new proprietary chip call the R1, which Apple says is design to process data from its sensors in less time than the eye can see.
will run on VisionOS.


Apple presents its most powerful processor, the M2 Ultra, for the desktop Mac Pro and Mac Studio. The chip is essentially two of Apple’s M2 chips. And Apple uses a similar approach to boost performance on the M1 chip. It has a 24-core CPU and 20% better performance than the M1 Ultra.


Apple presents the 15-inch MacBook Air with the M2 chip and 18-hour battery life. A year after Apple updated the 13-inch MacBook Air with the same processor, the model starts at $1,299. It also updated the larger Mac Studio with M2 Ultra and M2 Max chipsets. Apple Watch Widgets, OS Upgrade, JOURNALING APP Apple has announced a new feature for its products.

The new iOS 17 brings Smart Display-like functionality to iPhone, which can now be used as a digital clock or digital assistant when held horizontally.

Apple has also updated its native app, iMessage, its virtual keyboard and FaceTime with audio. The Phone app has also been updated, allowing users to create personalized announcements when they receive a call.

iPhone users can also share their contact information with other users nearby via a new feature called NameDrop. The company has also launched an iPhone journaling app called Journal, which uses machine learning tools to provide writing suggestions based on photos, locations, and other information on the phone.

Apple Watch gets more customization with the introduction of widgets.

WatchOS 10 adds widgets for everything from weather information to timers on the Apple Watch. The latest iPad and Mac operating systems have also added deeper widget support.

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