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7 May, 2023
2 min time to read

In less than a month, Apple's highly anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will start on June 5, 2023.

While the event promises to deliver iOS 17 and other software updates, the main attraction is expected to be Apple's AR/VR headset. Rumors suggest the headset, which may be called the "Reality One" or "Reality Pro," will be packed with cutting edge features and will mark Apple's first new product category since the launch of the Apple Watch in 2015.

Dual Sony 4K micro-OLED screens will be used in the headset, giving it an 8K overall resolution and a better display than those found in similar products available from competing products.

According to rumors, the headset will feature a slim and light design and will be lighter than similar headsets mainly because of a battery. There will be no built-in battery; instead, a cord-connected battery will be carried in a pouch on the user's belt and connected to the headset via a cord. Battery life is expected to be about two hours.

Additionally, a larger version of the MacBook Air, about 15.5-inch display size, is also expected to be introduced at the event, along with watchOS 10 updates and a new widget system for the Apple Watch.

Despite hopes for a Mac Pro and new AirPods models, these products are not expected to make an appearance at WWDC 2023.

New case options for the iPhone and iPad, as well as updated Apple Watch bands, will be available in summer hues.

Put this exciting week of technology and community on your calendars. Be among the first to discover new Apple tools, technologies, and platforms. Additionally, you'll get the chance to interact with Apple professionals and other developers. All free and available online.