The MacRumors Program: WWDC 2023 Reported, however Will We See Apple’s Mixed-Reality Headset?

On today’s episode of The MacRumors Program, we go over WWDC 2023 and whether Apple’s long-awaited mixed-reality headset will emerge at the occasion.

Previously today, Apple revealed that 2023’s WWDC will happen in between June 5 and June 9. Apple is thought to have actually just recently flaunted the headset to its leading 100 executives in a “sleek, flashy, and amazing” occasion at the Steve Jobs Theater ahead of the gadget’s anticipated statement at WWDC.

Nevertheless, reports claim that Apple workers have severe issues about numerous elements of the headset, such as its cost, weight, and effectiveness– questioning if the gadget is “an option looking for an issue.” Most just recently, expert Ming-Chi Kuo substantiated a lot of these concerns and reported that Apple has pressed back mass production of the headset yet once again and cut delivery expectations for this year, casting doubt over whether it will appear at WWDC at all.

We likewise go over Apple Music Classical, iOS 17, Apple Watch blood sugar tracking, the reported MacBook Air with an OLED display screen, and Apple Television+

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If you have not currently listened to the previous episode of The MacRumors Program, capture up for our conversation about iPadOS 17 and the next-generation iPad Pro with Christopher Lawley.

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