I guess I just don’t get the immediate assumption that this will become a “wear 24-hours a day” device.
As much as I appreciate (and share) the fears some have about the social effects of strapping a headset on our faces, I can’t help but question why so many think it’s an all-or-nothing proposition?
We can wear a headset a few hours and then still go out to dinner with our friends, right?
Not surprising, but Apple is the first company to present an AR/VR product that I actually find compelling. And they did it by selling it as a productivity device, rather than just a gaming/entertainment device.
Thanks, whoever at Apple decided to put our little Boulder gathering on the “Beyond WWDC” page.
Looking forward to seeing Black Canyon of the Gunnison today. Any day you get to visit a National Park is a good day.
If I’ve learned nothing else in my many years dealing with Apple, it’s that whenever they tell you your password is incorrect, it’s almost never your password that’s the problem.
Managed to accidentally drop just my left AirPod when I went to lunch yesterday. Thanks to Find My, I was able to retrieve it today. Outside the restaurant where I dropped it.