New Apple AR/VR headset to support Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro

According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple’s AR/VR headset will offer support for Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro. Final Cut Pro is an advanced video editing software for professionals, with powerful features and seamless Apple ecosystem integration. On the other hand, Logic Pro is a comprehensive digital audio workstation for musicians and producers, enabling precise music composition, recording, and mixing.

In related news, Apple recently announced the arrival of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro to iPad with a new interface with Multi-Touch gestures support and more, a move that content creators have eagerly anticipated. 

Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro

With support for Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, Apple’s AR/VR headset may become the future of editing

Gurman took to Twitter to share his insights, stating that there is a “very real possibility” that Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro will eventually be available on the AR/VR headset. 

The integration of these programs into Apple’s AR/VR headset could revolutionize the way professionals work with audio and video content. Currently, these software tools are praised for their advanced features and user-friendly interfaces, and bringing them to the headset could unlock a new level of creativity and productivity.

Apple mixed reality headset

Gurman previously hinted that the AR/VR headset would run adapted versions of existing iPad apps with the possibility of thousands of other iPad apps being available through the headset’s 3D interface. While it’s likely that some modifications will need to be made to optimize Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for the headset’s xrOS operating system, Apple’s commitment to delivering top-notch user experiences suggests that these adaptations are already in progress.

Apple enthusiasts and industry professionals are eagerly awaiting the grand unveiling of the AR/VR headset, which is expected to take place at the 2023 Worldwide Developers Conference keynote event on June 5.

The inclusion of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro in the headset’s capabilities would undoubtedly make it an even more enticing prospect for professionals looking to enhance their audio and video production workflows.

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