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According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, Apple’s future AR/VR headgear might be able to operate the audio and video professionals’ applications Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro.
Gurman stated in a tweet that there is a “very real possibility” that Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro may someday run on the headset. Gurman’s remark follows Apple’s announcement of new iPad-optimized versions of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro.
Given that the Apple headset and xrOS will run iPadOS apps, there’s a very real possibility the device will (eventually) run Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro as well. More details on how the headset will work here: https://t.co/6cAnx3mMSC
— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) May 9, 2023
Content producers have long wished for iPad versions of the programs to enable mobile video editing, and Apple is now making that possible. On May 23, Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro will be made available for the iPad.
The headset will run iPad apps that have been modified for it, and thousands of currently available iPad apps will also be accessible through the 3D interface of the gadget, according to a previous statement by Gurman. To make Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro work on the headset’s operating system, xrOS, Apple may need to make some adjustments to the iPad versions of those programs, although those changes may already be in the works.
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The headset is anticipated to be unveiled by Apple at the keynote address of the 2023 Worldwide Developers Conference on June 5.