The rumored Apple VR Headset now seems inevitable for WWDC, while iOS 17 could bring more Lock Screen features, and we have the first impressions of Final Cut Pro for iPad on the AppleInsider Podcast.
All signs point to Apple revealing its VR Headset during WWDC on June 5, 2023. The final round of invitations have now gone out and as well as the usual journalists and influencers, many people invited are prominent VR enthusiasts.
Also expected to be announced at WWDC is an improvement to your iPhone's usefulness when locked and in landscape orientation. A new home hub-like feature in iOS 17 may display more information on the Lock Screen, including widgets and home controls.
While iOS 17 is definitely coming, and a headset almost certainly is, Final Cut Pro is now actually out for the iPad. The first impressions of Apple's professional video editor show a good first-edition product, but the lack of round-tripping projects and several expected features leave some wanting more.
Your hosts discuss what this rollout means for the pro software and again look to WWDC for improvements that will help Final Cut Pro — and audio editor Logic Pro — thrive on the iPad.
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