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16 Feb, 2023
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According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, the launch of the new platform is expected to take place during the annual developer event, rather than before as earlier rumors had indicated.

According to a recent report by Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, Apple intends to unveil its highly anticipated mixed reality headset at the Worldwide Developers Conference this year. The announcement date has apparently been postponed several times, with the original plan being to showcase it in the spring. However, it is now expected to be introduced at WWDC, with a planned release by the end of the year, as per Gurman's report.

It is likely that Apple will hold WWDC in early June, although the official announcement has not been made yet. The launch has reportedly been delayed due to issues with hardware and software, and Dan Riccio, who currently oversees Apple's AR/VR projects, has been playing an increasingly active role in addressing these concerns, according to Gurman. Apple has not yet responded to requests for comment.

The upcoming headset, rumored to be called the "Reality Pro," is expected to be a powerful device with advanced features such as hand tracking and the ability to render people realistically over FaceTime. It will also have a digital crown that allows users to switch out of VR mode, among other features. However, the device is expected to come at a steep price of around $3,000, according to Gurman.

In addition to the headset, Apple is also working on a larger MacBook Air with a 15-inch screen, a new Mac Pro, and updates to the iPhone. However, there are not expected to be significant changes to the Apple Watch, AirPods, or iPad this year, according to Gurman.