Apple’s highly anticipated Reality Pro headset will reportedly allow users to create their apps without any coding knowledge required. This was previously speculated, and the new report adds that the headset will offer a way to make this possible. The report also states that the development of these apps can be done with the help of Siri. This is a unique and innovative approach to app building, as users will not need to design the app from scratch, program its animations, and calculate its movement in a 3D space with obstacles.
The headset is expected to launch later this year, likely in the spring, with a high price tag of up to $3,000. How Apple will market the product is yet to be seen, but this new development of user-generated apps could be a huge selling point. The headset will also feature multiple cameras that will track the user’s hands and body and high-resolution displays that will make the user experience something special.
It will be interesting to see how this new feature will be implemented and how successful it will be. Allowing users to create their own apps without any coding knowledge could be a game changer in the app development industry.