Today’s “Power On” NewsletterGurman explained his expectations for the potential announcement of Apple hardware at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Signs of “reality OS”, Has been rumored for a long time The operating system is Run on Apple’s Mixed Reality HeadsetIt was Found in Apple source code Earlier this year, Apple’s enthusiasm for AR and VR projects is finally growing.Approaching lift-off“For This year’s release.. Rumors that Apple announced the headset earlier than later today “Reality OS” trademark emerges, With a foreign filing deadline of June 8, 2022, just two days after the main WWDC keynote. Despite these rumors, Gurman is wary of the “full-scale” announcement of Apple’s headset at WWDC.
When it comes to new hardware … Apple’s upcoming mixed reality headset is a full-fledged pioneer, highlighted by a recent device demonstration to the company’s board of directors, for the next developer and consumer: Be cautious about expecting a full-fledged presentation. week.
Gurman had previously released a headset probably Postponed until 2023 Following an overabundance of development issues, including the issue of overheating from at least one chip equivalent to M1 ProAnd camera and software challenges.
According to Gurman, if Apple announces new hardware, Mac-related announcements are likely to be made at this year’s WWDC.He believes Apple plans to launch a new one MacBook Air Model with M2 I won chips at WWDC this year, but supply chain issues seem to complicate the timeline.
If WWDC has hardware, it may be on the Mac side. The company is aiming to launch the next MacBook Air with an M2 chip at the conference. The recent supply chain crisis due to Covid-related closures in China has complicated it, but developers say Apple employees are increasingly using the next-generation MacBook Air in their apps. .. This shows that the new Mac is near.
Beyond the potential hardware announcements, major new software updates for Apple devices. iOS 16IPadOS 16, watchOS 9, tvOS 16, and macOS 13 will be previewed at WWDC on Monday, June 6th.