Apple Starts Putting the Pieces Together for Its Next Big Thing

Apple is putting the finishing touches on what it thinks would be its next game-changing device: a headset that combines the digital and real worlds.

Apple is Putting Finishing Touches to its Headset Combining Digital and Real Worlds

According to three people familiar with the project, the corporation has hired directors such as Jon Favreau to create video material for a headset released next year. According to these sources, Mr. Favreau, an executive producer of Apple TV+’s “Prehistoric Planet,” is working to bring the show’s dinosaurs to life on the headset, which resembles a pair of ski goggles and aspires to provide virtual and augmented reality experiences.

Apple plans to release software tools that will let developers add new camera and speech capability to apps, laying the framework for a hands-free UI that customers will be able to use on the headset in the future.

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It will Create a Three Dimensional Digital Photos as if they are from the Physical World

Apple will enter a new contest to establish the fate of mixed reality with the projected headgear. Microsoft, Google, and Facebook’s parent company, Meta, are all working on software and hardware that will allow three-dimensional digital photos and the physical world to coexist in the future.

The mixed-reality effort is likely to be eclipsed during Apple’s Monday speech, which will focus mainly on the company’s existing software systems. Analysts believe Apple will also unveil a new MacBook Air with smaller display borders and improved processors than existing models. Apple’s virtual-reality content and software development is critical to developing experiences that will give its future headset meaning.

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