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'Code New Worlds' – Apple Teases VR Announcement At WWDC23

'Code New Worlds' – Apple Teases VR Announcement At WWDC23

Apple updated its WWDC23 website today to include the phrase 'code new worlds', seemingly teasing the arrival of its unannounced headset.

Apple is expected to announce its long-rumored VR/AR headset next week during the opening keynote of WWDC23. There's been numerous reports about the headset's development over the last few years, but now all signs seem to point towards a reveal coming next week.

Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo have both recently indicated that a WWDC reveal is planned, while last week UploadVR's Ian Hamilton  got invited to attend the keynote in person. As we said then, draw from that what conclusions you may.

If that weren't enough though, Apple added the phrase 'code new worlds' to its WWDC23 material today, seemingly teasing the headset announcement.

The headset, likely to be named Apple Reality Pro, will reportedly ship as a high-end standalone headset with both AR and VR capabilities for around $3000. Reports also indicate the inclusion of color passthrough cameras, high resolution displays and a MacBook-tier processor, all packaged in a slim and lightweight design powered by a wired external battery pack.

We're waiting for WWDC 23 with baited breath, but until then, you can catch up on what we've heard about the Apple headset in our roundup:

Apple Headset Specs, Release Date, & Everything We’ve Heard
Reports indicate Apple is preparing to reveal a standalone headset with VR and AR capabilities. Here’s our updated roundup of everything we’ve heard:

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