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EngadgetJun 05, 2023
Apple WWDC 2023: Apple Vision Pro, iOS 17, macOS, iPad OS, the 15-inch MacBook Air, Mac Pro and more
Apple is slated to hold its annual Worldwide Developer Conference today, and based on the rumors and leaks we've seen, it's shaping up to be a monumental year. The industry is expecting the company to launch its first mixed reality headset, along with a new platform that powers VR or AR applications, as well as the usual suspects like updates to iOS, macOS, watchOS and more. In addition, there might be new Mac hardware and we never know what surprises might be in store. Will there be a Ted Lasso reveal? Or maybe new Fitness updates or a celebrity appearance? I guess we'll just have to wait till find out. The show kicks off at 1pm ET/10am PT, and we'll be starting to publish updates at 12pm ET, so stay tuned!

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Apple announces kid-friendly features to reduce eye strain

EngadgetJun 05, 2023
Apple announces kid-friendly features to reduce eye strain
Apple gave a look at features targeted at reducing eye strain for kids during its annual WWDC on Monday, including a daylight sensor and alerts to move the screen farther away from your eyes. The feature comes after Apple initially previewed more health and accessibility features for Global Accessibility Awareness Day in May. While the features can be used by anyone, Apple said they're targeted at kids because myopia, commonly known as nearsightedness, usually develops in childhood and affects about 30% of the US population, according to the American Optometric Association.

At WWDC, Apple said spending more time outdoors in the daylight can help reduce a child's risk of developing nearsightedness

EngadgetJun 05, 2023
Apple WWDC 2023 keynote: Watch it here at 1PM ET
It's WWDC time, folks. Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off today with a keynote that's sure to be full of big news. We'll have full coverage of everything you need to know from the event right here on Engadget, along with immediate reactions to the announcements in our liveblog. You'll also be able to watch the keynote, which starts at 1PM ET, below.

We're expecting some major updates from Apple at this year's WWDC. For one thing, rumors suggest the company will reveal a high-end mixed-reality headset. Apple has been developing the device for many years, according to reports. The headset, said to be called the Reality Pro, is the company's most notable product launch at least since the arrival of the Apple Watch in 2015. However, at an expected price of $3,000, the first version of the headset could be one primarily for early adopters.

Elsewhere, we'll surely hear updates on Apple's operating systems. There could be an enormous change to the iPhone and iPad ecosystem in store if rumors hold true and Apple officially supports third-party app stores in iOS 17 and iPadOS 17. We may well learn about several new Macs at the event too, such as a 15-

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