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We’re so excited that Apple has finally revealed its “Peek performance” event â€“ but the word “peek” doesn’t necessarily meanÂ peak; itÂ also means we are taking a look into the future from Apple.
We know Apple has a lot of things planned this year, with Mark Gurman saying this will be the biggest year in Apple’s history. Now, new rumors point to the “Peek performance” event possibly revealing the AR/VR headset.Â
The main difference between this event compared to last year’s event is that the invite is colorful still, but on a dark background instead of a light one, hinting that this event will be catered to more “Pro” devices than lower-end devices. “Peek performance” could mean a look at the Apple mixed reality headset and the performance it offers.
This will certainly be a “peek” as the headset will not come until the end of the year with it recently being cleared for mass production.Â
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Apple is known for these taglines to get us excited for the event, and usually with a tagline like “Peek performance” something big is coming.
Many have said the best conclusion for the tagline is the introduction of the M2 chip, which is the next generation of Apple Silicon. This is a likely scenario for the event.
This will not be the first time Apple has given us a peek into the future. They have done it before at WWDC with the 2013 and 2019 Mac Pros, and also for the iMac Pro. But we will just have to wait and see what the event will bring next week. Get ready to be surprised at what Apple comes out with next as Apple kicks off the year.
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[The information provided in this article has NOT been confirmed by Apple and may be speculation. Provided details may not be factual. Take all rumors, tech or otherwise, with a grain of salt.]