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Macworld While the $3,499 Vision Pro won’t be available for sale until next year, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman recently reported that Apple is already working on a cheaper version. The news isn’t exactly surprising—Gurman himself previously reported on Apple’s plans to initially introduce the pricey mixed reality headset meant for developers, with a device meant for the masses released sometime later. Gurman covers some of the ways Apple could cut costs—lower-quality screens, an older chip, and fewer cameras among them—though much of the core Vision Pro features, including the EyeSight eye tracking, will likely remain. The projected release date for this other headset is late 2025, only two and a half years from now. Gurman doesn’t mention a smaller design, but…
Macworld While the $3,499 Vision Pro won’t be available for sale until next year, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman recently reported that Apple is already working on a cheaper version. The news isn’t exactly surprising—Gurman himself previously reported on Apple’s plans to initially introduce the pricey mixed reality headset meant for developers, with a device meant for the masses released sometime later. Gurman covers some of the ways Apple could cut costs—lower-quality screens, an older chip, and fewer cameras among them—though much of the core Vision Pro features, including the EyeSight eye tracking, will likely remain. The projected release date for this other headset is late 2025, only two and a half years from now. Gurman doesn’t mention a smaller design, but…
Apple has announced a further $25 million for its initiative to support minority businesses, and says this brings its total investment to twice the originally planned $100 million.Source: AppleApple's Racial Equity and Justice Initiative (REJI) was formed in June 2020, with a remit to support education and justice reform. Initially concentrating on the US, REJI has now expanded to Mexico, Australia, and the UK. Read more...
Apple has announced a further $25 million for its initiative to support minority businesses, and says this brings its total investment to twice the originally planned $100 million.Source: AppleApple's Racial Equity and Justice Initiative (REJI) was formed in June 2020, with a remit to support education and justice reform. Initially concentrating on the US, REJI has now expanded to Mexico, Australia, and the UK. Read more...
Apple has announced a further $25 million for its initiative to support minority businesses, and says this brings its total investment to twice the originally planned $100 million.Source: AppleApple's Racial Equity and Justice Initiative (REJI) was formed in June 2020, with a remit to support education and justice reform. Initially concentrating on the US, REJI has now expanded to Mexico, Australia, and the UK. Read more...
Rizwan Virk, who founded Play Labs @ MIT, believes that “over time Apple’s Vision Pro will actually make science fiction scenarios of ubiquitous computing a reality.” The $3,499 Apple Vision Pro introduces the new era of spatial computing Rizwan Virk for CNN Opinion: Apple’s new device could… become a new type of computing platform, one as revolutionary as the Macintosh was in 1984 or the iPhone in 2007. Apple’s headset (which it calls a spatial computer) has the potential to herald a new era of wearable “ubiquitous computing,” a somewhat fuzzy term conveying that computers will become small and be everywhere, ridding us of the need for dedicated computing devices and accessories like keyboards and monitors. In fact, a wearable…
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