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Macworld Even for what is reputedly a somewhat smaller-than-usual annual update, iOS 17 still brings with it a host of new features. As the beta process begins, there’s plenty to investigate and try out ahead of the software’s full release this fall. But as I perused the capabilities that are part of this latest upgrade, something interesting struck me: an older technology appears to be having its moment in the sun, as Apple embraces its utility in a bunch of new ways. That’s great not only because it means new features, but also because–as it’s something that’s been around for a while–those new features will be available on any iPhone that runs iOS 17. I speak, of course, of the…
LG Electronics will be one of the first TV manufacturers to support Apple's AirPlay expansion, which will see Apple bringing easy access ‌AirPlay‌ to hotel room TVs. In a press release (via ZDNET), LG said that later this year, it will introduce LG Pro:Centric Smart Hotel TVs that include built-in ‌AirPlay‌ technology. "This is a major advancement for in-room entertainment in the travel and hospitality industry, and underscores how closely we are listening to the needs of consumers who increasingly demand simple access to their personal media options on the biggest screen, wherever they are," said LG Business Solutions hospitality vice president Michael Kosla. "Hotels that offer this feature will have an immediate leg up with travelers who use Apple…
Image: Apple While Apple imagines users wearing its Vision Pro headset to do a variety of things, like watch movies, capture videos, and multitask, it still hasn’t mentioned one pretty major application: fitness. But now, a report from The Information suggests that Apple had been planning workout apps for the mixed reality headset, but they just weren’t ready in time for its June reveal. Former Apple employees tell The Information that staff members explored partnering with Nike to create workouts for the Vision Pro and also looked into creating face cushions designed for “sweaty, high-intensity workouts.” Apple employees even reportedly weighed the idea of letting Vision Pro wearers interact with content while on a stationary bike. Although Apple let some…
Apple today announced the Apple Vision Pro, a wearable augmented and virtual reality headset. Because of the way the headset fits against the face, it does not accommodate glasses, but Apple has a solution for those who need prescription lenses. Apple is partnering with Zeiss to offer Zeiss Optical Inserts that can be customized to each person's vision prescription. The inserts will attach to the Vision Pro lenses magnetically, allowing for precise viewing and eye tracking. There is no word yet on what the Zeiss prescription inserts will cost, but Apple says that vision correction accessories will be sold separately. Glasses wearers will need a valid prescription to get the inserts, and not all prescriptions will be supported, so there…
Macworld Apple’s announced the long rumored headset – which will be called Vision Pro, probably indicating that one day in the not so distant future we will see a less ‘Pro’ version of the headset. Release date Early next year. Price Vision Pro will start at $3,499. Design Modular design – can be tailored to fit you perfectly. Flexible straps to fit to your head, the Audio Pods fit near your ears. You can change the band for another size, or a different band. You can get custom optical inserts to correct vision if you need glasses. Specs Display – more pixels than a 4K display for each eye. Enables video to be rendered at 4K resolution. Makes text sharp…
Get ready for WWDC 2023, with a jam-packed, keynote address coming to you from Apple Park on June 6th at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT. You can watch Apple’s keynote address live, right on this page, below. We will add our live notes on this page as well. The 2023 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off with exciting reveals, inspiration, and new opportunities to continue creating the most innovative apps in the world. Join the worldwide developer community for an in-depth look at the future of Apple platforms — iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS — directly from Apple Park. WWDC 2023 launches with a first look at groundbreaking updates coming to Apple platforms later this year. The keynote address will…
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