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According to Mark Gurman’s Sunday morning newsletter, Power On, Apple’s mixed-reality headset, likely to be named Reality Pro, is finally set to launch in Spring 2023. This marks the final postponement of the highly-anticipated device, which has been delayed multiple times over the past few years.
Gurman reports that Apple had initially aimed to unveil the headset in January 2023 and ship it later in the year. However, the company has now shifted its plans to unveil the device before the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, with plans to ship it later in the fall of 2023.
This new timeline allows consumers to get their hands on the Reality Pro headset and for developers to become familiar with its software features before the holiday season.
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Despite the numerous delays, the Reality Pro headset remains one of Apple’s most highly-anticipated devices. Reports and rumors suggest that the device will have many features, making it a revolutionary product for the company.
So, we can finally mark our calendars for Spring 2023 as the official launch date for the Reality Pro headset. With WWDC just around the corner, we can expect more information and details to be released soon.