The iPhone maker has not yet announced its MR devices, but it is expected to launch the first one this year
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Apple will reportedly bring health and wellness experiences in its upcoming augmented reality (AR)- mixed reality (MR) headset, media reports said.
The tech giant's upcoming MR headset is expected to offer well-being features such as exercise and meditation, reports AppleInsider.
The iPhone maker has not yet announced its MR devices, but it is expected to launch the first one this year.
Meanwhile, it was reported that the tech giant was developing software that will give users an easier way to create their own AR applications on its upcoming MR headset.
Apple hopes that with the software tools, even people who don't know computer code will be able to tell the headset to build an AR app, which will then be available for download on Apple's App Store.
Earlier this month, another report mentioned that the MR headset will use motors to automatically adjust lenses for perfect images. It has also been recently reported that Apple will limit support for Wi-Fi 6E network to only iPhone 15 Pro models.
Currently, Wi-Fi 6E has already been added to some of the iPhone maker's product lineup, but it is limited to the latest iPad Pro, Mac mini and MacBook Pro models.
The Wi-Fi 6E standard enables devices to connect to routers and modems that support it, however it is a more recent technology and is not yet widely used.
As compared to Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E gives more bandwidth, providing faster connectivity speeds, lower latency and increased capacity, the report said.
Last week, Barclays analysts Blayne Curtis and Tom O'Malley had also shared this information but did not specify whether the feature will be available on all models or limited to the Pro models.
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