MacBook Air M2 said to be among WWDC’s most likely hardware announcements, Apple AR/VR headset unlikely

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Apple may unveil new Mac hardware at this year’s WWDC, with the most likely hardware announcement being the redesigned MacBook Air, according to Apple. bloombergThis is Mark Gurman.

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in today’s time Newsletter “On”Gurman spoke about his expectations for potential Apple hardware announcements at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

Hints of “RealityOS,” the long-rumored operating system believed to run on Apple’s Mixed Reality headset, were spotted in Apple’s source code earlier this year and caused some excitement. Apple’s AR and VR project is on the rise, finally “getting closer to liftoff” for launch. this year. Rumors that Apple would announce its headphones sooner than later appeared a trademark for “RealityOS” with a foreign filing deadline of June 8, 2022, two days after the company’s keynote speech. WWDC. Despite these rumors, Gurman is wary of Apple’s “full-blown” announcement of headphones at WWDC:

In terms of new hardware… while Apple’s upcoming mixed reality headset is in full swing, with the company’s board of directors underpinned by a recent demo of the device, I’d be wary of expecting a full developer and consumer next unveiling. Week.

Gurman previously reported that the headset’s launch could be delayed until 2023, after several development issues, including overheating issues with at least one chip on par with the M1 Pro, as well as camera and software challenges.

Mac-related announcements are reportedly more likely at this year’s WWDC, should Apple introduce any new hardware, according to Gurman. He believes Apple plans to launch a new MacBook Air model with the M2 chip at WWDC this year, but supply chain issues have complicated the schedule:

If there’s any hardware at WWDC, it’ll probably be on the Mac side. The company is aiming to launch the next MacBook Air with M2 chips at the conference. A recent supply chain crisis has been compounded by COVID-related shutdowns in China, but developers say Apple employees are using next-gen MacBook Airs with their apps. This is a sign that a new Mac is near.

Beyond any potential hardware announcements, major new software updates for Apple devices including iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, tvOS 16 and macOS 13 are expected to be shown at WWDC on Monday, June 6.

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