Apple plans to introduce its own metaverse, imitating its rival Meta. The debut of the company’s mixed reality headset will be accompanied by this online environment. Apple is also putting together a ton of specific content at the same time, including productivity apps.
The first mixed reality headset from Apple is still making rumors and leaks. Mark Gurman, a Bloomberg editor, went into great detail regarding the project’s development in his Sunday newsletter.
According to the journalist’s analysis of “Apple job offers published in recent months” and “changes made to the dedicated team,” the Cupertino company is engaged in content production. The release of the headset will be accompanied by this virtual reality or augmented reality (AR) material.
“We are looking for a software engineer who will work on the App Intents system to help design and implement solutions to unlock deep system intelligence, enable new tools, and easier user interactions from application data models which are leveraged by a variety of system services such as Shortcuts, Siri, Search, and more,” one job listing for the TDG department says.
It should come as no surprise that Apple won’t introduce a new product without new content. The Californian group is specifically looking for a software producer with experience in visual effects in AR or VR to develop this content.