Apple today unveiled Apple Vision Pro, a revolutionary spatial computer that seamlessly blends digital content with the physical world, while allowing users to stay present and connected to others. Vision Pro creates an infinite canvas for apps that scales beyond the boundaries of a traditional display and introduces a fully three-dimensional user interface controlled by the most natural and intuitive inputs possible — a user’s eyes, hands, and voice. Featuring visionOS, the world’s first spatial operating system, Vision Pro lets users interact with digital content in a way that feels like it is physically present in their space. The breakthrough design of Vision Pro features an ultra-high-resolution display system that packs 23 million pixels across two displays, and custom Apple silicon in a unique dual-chip design to ensure every experience feels like it’s taking place in front of the user’s eyes in real time.
Apple today previewed watchOS 10, bringing Apple Watch users a fresh approach to quickly view information with redesigned apps, a new Smart Stack to show relevant widgets right when they’re needed, and delightful new watch faces. New metrics, Workout Views, and Bluetooth connectivity for power meters, speed sensors, and cadence sensors arrive for cyclists, while new Compass Waypoints and Maps capabilities further help hikers. The Mindfulness app offers additional tools to support mental health. watchOS 10 is available as a developer beta today, and will be available as a free software update this fall.
Smartwatches are a great way to stay connected, healthy and productive, but they can also be a great way to express your personal style. With an unrivaled selection of customization features and unique ways to interact with apps, Wear OS empowers you to create a smartwatch experience that is truly one-of-a-kind.
You know that tingly, heart-pumping adrenaline sensation that signals you’re stressed? Well, you’re not alone. Many of us have dealt with more stress than usual over the last few years and are looking for a bit of calm. In fact, Google Search trends reveal that searches for “how to reduce stress” reached a 10-year high in the U.S. over the past year and “how to slow down” reached an all-time high in the U.S. in 2023.