After adding virtual support to MacOS High Sierra via the Metal for VR package, Apple joined the WebVR initiative to support virtual reality within browsers.
A group of companies like Google and Mozilla, working under the umbrella of WebVR, are seeking to develop virtual reality technologies and bring them to be compatible with browsers, so that the user is able to put his glasses and watch a new dimension through this type of content.
Apple’s direction in this area is not yet known. It has announced that upcoming versions of MacOS will support virtual reality content and thus can be easily operated and modified. Joining the initiative is an explicit desire to support content in the Safari browser.
On the other hand, there may be intentions to develop and launch Mixed Reality glasses, especially since they launched the ARKit package for enhanced reality and began to intensify their virtual reality efforts.