Apple unveiled a tonne of new features and enhancements to its operating systems at the WWDC 2023 developer conference.

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The main attraction of the event, though, was Apple Vision Pro, the company's first-ever mixed-reality headset, which was expected but nonetheless spectacular.

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Vision Pro looks truly amazing with its incredibly powerful hardware and unbelievable immersive experience.

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By constructing an interactive three-dimensional environment, Vision Pro broadens and unifies the real space and digital canvas.

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However, instead of controllers, Vision Pro lets you use your hands, voice, and eyes to operate. The cost of Vision Pro headset will be $3,499.

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According to Apple, the Vision Pro will be released in the United States around the start of 2024. The Apple Vision Pro won't be available to the general public until late 2024.

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Vision Pro comes with a feature called 'Eyesight' which allows the user to view their surroundings. When in VR mode, the headset screen will glow, indicating that the user is unable to see anything around them.

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The MR headset supports iOS apps and games and offers 4K resolution per eye. It runs on VisionOS and is powered by the M2 and the new R1 chip.

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The headset is powered by an external high-performance battery that can give up to two hours of use on a single charge. The Apple Vision Pro can, however, run all day long when plugged in.

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