Mark Gurman of Bloomberg said today that the upcoming Apple AR/VR headset could run the Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro software that Apple made for audio and video professionals.
Gurman stated in a tweet that there is a “very real possibility” that the headset will eventually support Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro. Following Apple’s announcement of iPad-specific versions of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, Gurman made the remark.
The iPad adaptations of the applications have been for quite some time wanted by satisfied makers for video altering in a hurry, and Apple is at long last getting it going. On May 23, Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro will be available for the iPad.
Gurman previously stated that thousands of existing iPad apps would also be accessible through the device’s 3D interface, and that the headset would run iPad apps tailored specifically for the headset. Apple may need to modify the iPad versions of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro in order for them to run on xrOS, the headset’s operating system. However, this may already be in the works.
The headset is anticipated to be unveiled by Apple at the keynote event of the 2023 Worldwide Developers Conference, which is scheduled for June 5.