Today marks the beginning of a new era in consumer technology with Apple’s unveiling of the Apple Vision Pro — a revolutionary mixed-reality headset that stands to usher in the next generation of computing. While it’s a first-generation product that carries a whopping $3,500 price tag and won’t be available until next year, it stands to change the way we interact with technology much like the first iPhone did sixteen years ago.
Needless to say, the Vision Pro easily overshadowed everything else at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote, to the point where it’s easy to forget everything else that Apple revealed today, from new Macs to the next generation of its mobile operating systems.
In fact, while the Vision Pro took the lion’s share of the presentation, it still only accounted for 45 minutes of the full WWDC keynote, which ran over the two-hour mark. Although we’ll have more to say about the specifics, here’s the highlight of everything else Apple showed off during today’s WWDC keynote.