- Apple is developing apps and services for its upcoming mixed-reality headset, including gaming, fitness, and collaboration tools.
- The headset will feature optimized versions of existing iPad apps, as well as a version of the FaceTime conferencing service and Apple's TV app.
- Apple is adapting its Freeform collaboration app for the headset, which will allow users to work on virtual whiteboards together.
- The headset aims to become a platform that can eventually replace the iPhone, with a dial for moving between virtual and augmented reality.
- The headset's home screen will look similar to the iPad's, and it will offer Siri voice control and biometric system for unlocking the device.
Apple Readies Arsenal of Apps for New Headset, Aiming to Win Over Wary Users
Apple is readying millions of apps for its upcoming mixed-reality headset, including gaming, fitness, and collaboration tools, and optimized versions of existing iPad apps.