Why Apple isn't talking about Virtual Reality just yet
SAN FRANCISCO — Anyone who was at Apple’s 2016 World Wide Developers Conference keynote will tell you it was jam-packed with software platform information. But it was also notable for what it didn’t contain.
There were no hardware teases. No Apple Car mentions (aside from the Siri-CarPlay updates). And perhaps most tellingly, no Virtual Reality or Augmented Reality promises, even as just about every other major tech company invests heavily in VR and AR.
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It’s easy to see why Apple didn’t mention hardware: WWDC is a software event. Even a glimpse of something new like the Mac