# ** A roundup of all the products Apple launched at WWDC 2023 last night** **From the much-anticipated AR/VR mixed reality headset to new Macs and new versions software update like iOS 17, this is what (Apple)(https://cellphones.com.vn/mobile/apple.html) revealed during WWDC 2023.** As previously announced, Apple last night held its Developer Conference (WWDC 2023) to officially introduce the new features of its next operating system series, iOS 17, watchOS 10, iPadOS 17, tvOS 17 and macOS Sonoma . In addition, the company also brought a few surprises to users when it launched its new hardware products, including Apple Vision Pro virtual reality glasses, (MacBook Air)(https://cellphones.com. vn/laptop/mac/macbook-air.html) brand new 15-inch, Mac Pro and (Mac Studio)(https://cellphones.com.vn/laptop/mac/mac-studio.html) updated. In the article below, let’s review the hardware and software products that Apple introduced at WWDC 2023. ## **Apple Vision Pro virtual reality glasses** After a long time of release Rumor has it that Apple has finally launched its Vision Pro virtual reality headset. This product will allow you to participate in both virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) experiences, designed to combine the real and digital worlds for both the wearer and the people who wear it. people around them. The main interface shows real-world apps to the wearer, while people nearby can see the wearer’s eyes through the device thanks to an external display feature Apple calls EyeSight. ## Apple Vision Pro with glass front This device is powered by two chips: the new M2 and R1 chip for real-time sensor processing. According to Apple, the Vision Pro has a single glass strip on the front of the device, along with a digital crown that lets you turn AR and VR on and off. It also supports spatial audio through its built-in speakers and an external battery pack that is capable of lasting 2 hours on a single charge. The Vision Pro has an attractive price tag of $3,499 and will only be available next year. ## **visionOS is Apple’s new VR operating system** Apple’s Vision Pro virtual reality glasses will run on a brand new operating system called visionOS. This allows the device to layer virtual apps and icons on top of the real world, allowing you to use eye, hand, and voice tracking to navigate the system. As Apple demonstrated during WWDC, you’ll be able to use Apple’s Vision Pro virtual reality glasses to interact with the company’s native apps, such as Safari, FaceTime, Photos, Music, and more. You can even use the device as an external display for your Mac to play (https://cellphones.com.vn/sforum/s-games) on Apple Arcade, watch movies, and record videos. ## **larger 15-inch MacBook Air** In addition to the Vision Pro virtual reality headset, Apple also unveiled a new MacBook Air with a 15.3-inch screen. It’s a pretty big upgrade to its MacBook Air line, which has only had a 13-inch screen so far. Apple is marketing the device as the “world’s thinnest” 15-inch laptop, and says it weighs a little over 1.36kg. The device comes with up to 18 hours of battery life, 500 nits of brightness, and a 1080p webcam. It costs $1,299 and will hit shelves next week. ## **Mac Studio and Mac Pro upgraded with more powerful M2 Ultra chip** At WWDC 2023, Apple just introduced new versions of both Mac Studio and Mac Pro. The company tells us that the latest versions of these two desktops will feature the new M2 Ultra chip, which includes CPUs up to 24 cores and GPUs up to 76 cores. The Mac Studio, which Apple calls a “performance powerhouse,” will come with options for an M2 Max or M2 Ultra chip. The Mac Pro, on the other hand, only has the M2 Ultra chip, as well as the option to expand a PCIe hard drive. While the Mac Studio starts at $1,999, the Mac Pro starts at $6,999. ## **A journaling app with a focus on mental health** Apple has a new iOS app called Journal. As the name suggests, Journal encourages you to jot down your thoughts on recent activities or trips. Apple says the app is secured with end-to-end encryption, and your logs are stored locally on your device. Journal will be officially released later this year. ## **iOS 17 adds a new StandBy display mode and several other features** Along with a new logging app, Apple has revealed several new features for iOS 17. Most notable are The new StandBy feature turns your iPhone’s screen into a smart display when tilted horizontally while charging, allowing the device to display essential information such as the date and time. In addition, iOS 17 will support transcription for voice messages, have a new safety-focused Check In feature, allowing you to share your location with the person you’re meeting. The new iOS version also comes with a NameDrop feature that allows you to easily share your email address or (https://cellphones.com.vn/mobile.html) number with another iPhone user . And just as previous leaks have reported, Apple has dropped the word “Hey” in the activation phrase “Hey, Siri”. ## **Apple brings interactive widgets to iPadOS 17** With iPadOS 17, Apple is adding new interactive widgets that let you quickly access apps and features from the home screen. Additionally, this update includes updates to the device’s Notes app, a personalized lock screen, just like on the iPhone, and will eventually come with a new Health app. ## **macOS Sonoma has desktop widgets and Death Stranding** Apple announced some exciting upgrades to macOS Sonoma, which will now support widgets that you can add to your desktop, along with new moving screensavers that you can also use as (wallpaper)(https://cellphones.com.vn/sforum/tag/hinh-nen). This update also has some new features for Safari, allowing you to create and pin web apps to your Dock, and create profiles for different browsing sessions. Apple is also introducing a new “game mode” for macOS that will prioritize GPU and CPU when playing games on Macs and reduce audio lag on AirPods. As part of Apple’s push to promote gaming, developer Hideo Kojima has also announced that Death Stranding (and several of his other games) will be coming to macOS. ## **Apple brings widgets back to watchOS 10** As you can see from the announcements above, widgets were pretty much the focus of this year’s WWDC event. They even appear on watchOS 10, allowing users to browse to see different information at a glance by turning the watch’s Digital Crown. Apple is also adding some new watch faces, cycling features, and hiking info. ## **FaceTime coming to Apple TV** Apple will soon let you use FaceTime on Apple TV. In addition, users can use the Continuity (Camera) feature (https://cellphones.com.vn/phu-kien/camera.html) to turn their iPhone into a webcam as they look and chat with people you are seeing from your TV.