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C’est ici que Apple présentera ses casques lors de la WWDC.

A pair of buildings have popped up inside and outside of Apple Park, with one built to house a demonstration area for its hotly-anticipated mixed-reality headset.

Apple has built two new structures within and outside of its Apple Park campus to showcase its new products, including the highly-anticipated mixed-reality headset. The two large square buildings are located in different areas of the campus, with one near the employee fitness center and the other closer to the Apple Park Visitor Center. While the former is likely to be a product demonstration area, the latter may provide shade for in-person attendees during the keynote. Apple is expected to showcase its rumored headset and Mac updates at the two structures after the keynote concludes.

The launch of an entirely new platform for Apple may be too much to be confined to its existing buildings, and the company has added more structures specifically to show off its new products. The two structures are likely to attract a mad rush of photographers and videographers if Apple doesn’t control it. Apple has been doing demos with products after an announcement for a very long time now, and it appears that the company’s CEO, Tim Cook, likes to be more prepared and certain than Steve Jobs when it comes to announcements.

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference will kick off in just a few hours, and there are a variety of different ways to tune in from afar. A last-minute leak details an extensive collection of external and internal sensors for the Apple VR and AR headset, and claims that the device will use two main chips for processing power. A leak claims Apple’s name for its mixed-reality headset will be « XR, » but the same rumor claims a questionable starting price of $1,999, not the previously-rumored $3,000.

Keywords: Apple, Apple Park, mixed-reality headset, WWDC, product demonstration, keynote, Tim Cook, Steve Jobs, Worldwide Developers Conference, leak, sensors, XR.

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