MacBook Pro, 16-inch here, but what is with Apple’s AR glasses? – CNET
There is a new MacBook Pro in the city with a revised keyboard that should fix the Problem, all of the complaints about the butterfly keyboards of old. This week, Apple Core roundup, we get a clearer view, to expect when is Apple’s rumored AR/VR headset. And the secret of the Apple goggles will finally see the light of day?
The 16-inch-MacBook Pro, goodbye to the butterfly keyboard
rumors swirled for months about a new 16-inch MacBook Pro, and this week, Apple finally delivered. The new laptop has slimmer bezels with a larger screen (although it is about the same size as the outgoing 15-inch MacBook Pro), a TouchID sensor separate from the touch bar, a physical escape button, and a redesigned keyboard.
you can read more about the new 16-inch-MacBook Pro and all the specs in our hands-on, plus an interview with Apple’s Phil Schiller. (Spoiler alert: We will not ever be a touchscreen MacBook Pro soon.)
The butterfly keyboard, the Apple used in previous MacBook Pros over the last few years is a pain-point for many builders. The company has offer to fix keyboards of MacBook Pros that had problems with unresponsive buttons.
Now, the new 16-inch laptop features a newly designed scissor-switch keyboard, called the Magic keyboard, the little rubber domes under the keys. You also have more travel, so the keys sit higher. Keys are also removable, which should make repairs easier.
Unfortunately, if you have the new keyboard, it is only available on the 16-inch model for now. You can’t see it on the 13-inch model and the 15-inch MacBook Pro is gone — so now’s a good time could be to have a at a better price before it disappears./p>
Apple’s AR/VR headset, and glasses are supposedly
delayed Another week, another round of rumors about Apple’s AR glasses. Previously, we heard rumors that Apple were the long-awaited glasses and headset due to the in the year 2020. Now, the timeline looks less likely, and we don’t see them until 2022 at the earliest, according to Bloomberg.
Although the timeline is pushed, it looks like Apple is, the foundations for the system with a new 3D sensor, we are able to see on the year 2020 iPad Pro. A new dual camera module on the tablet will also reconstruct a 3D sensor, of the be able to rooms or objects. It can
At the beginning of the new camera system, there were also other rumors about the iPad Pro with a mini-LED display.
Finally, Apple may be ready to have the wraps off of its AR/VR headset-in the year 2021 or 2022, according to Bloomberg sources. It will let you play games, watch videos, and attend virtual meetings, similar to what you can do headsets like the Oculus Quest. Apple’s AR glasses, a year approximately later. You will be easy, but we do not know whether they are powered by your phone or a stand-alone AR-glasses.
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Released on Tue, 10 December 2019 14:05:00 +0000