The headset will be available, first in the United States, for $3,500. LOREN ELLIOTT / REUTERS
DECRYPTION – The helmet launched on Monday is considered a new man-machine interface by the American group. If some applications seem very promising, the uses remain to be built.
“Today marks the beginning of a new era for computing.” Like his predecessor Steve Jobs, Tim Cook, Apple’s current CEO, is not known for holding back his side effects during key notes, these ceremonies for the presentation of new products and features of the apple brand. Probably for the first time he has led the group in eleven years, the Apple boss is convinced by the words spoken on Monday evening.
From Cupertino for its traditional annual conference dedicated to developers, the Californian group launched its long-awaited mixed reality headset. To put it simply, the user will be completely immersed in a virtual universe, but cameras placed on the helmet will also allow you to juggle to see what is in front of your eyes. The first launch of a new category since the Apple Watch nine years ago, this product is also the group’s first step into immersive technologies. More than a helmet…