Will Apple's cautious approach to AI pay off?
Vision Pro can switch to 96Hz to smoothly play 24fps video
Editor's take: I was one of the lucky few who got to attend Apple's WWDC keynote presentation in person, and also got to try the new Apple Vision Pro headset for a 25-minute hands-on, er, heads-on demo. The experience was very good – as it certainly should be for a product that's going to cost a whopping $3,499 – but it was also a bit more similar to other devices I've tried over the years than I initially expected it to be.
The Cupertino company's largest MacBook Air can last up to 18 hours unplugged
A high-power headset with Apple's full software ecosystem, but pricing could seriously hold it back
Will it really cost $3,000?
The videos went back decades
Should you upgrade? Short answer: Yes. If any of these features are important to you
It's a feature on Apple devices, but works cross-platform
Still falls short of the laptop experience, but is much improved over current iPad multitasking
More features than you can shake a stick at
Two more GPU cores and a 50% bump in unified memory and bandwidth
The first Mac to feature the new M2 SoC
Hardware reveals could be part of Apple's software event this year
Messages, tvOS, and iPadOS may also see changes
Free for all to attend
Bummer, since that's what the vast majority of its customers have
No new hardware, though
It's better than nothing
'Live Text' allows you copy text from virtually any source with your camera and paste it into any document
The new MacBook Pros' graphics performance could rival an RTX 3070-powered laptop
A first look at what's next for Apple
AMD vs. Intel vs. Apple?