Apple unveiled several updates and upgrades during its Worldwide Developers Conference but their new mixed-reality headset, Apple Vision Pro, stole the show.

Set to hit the market next year for a whopping $3,500, the Apple Vision Pro supports both AR and VR applications. The hands-free device features multiple external and internal sensors and cameras, and plans to rely entirely on voice inputs and hand/eye gestures. The headset will also alter the FaceTime experience for Apple users. According to Engadget, “unlike on a traditional video call, Vision Pro users will be represented by what Apple is calling a Persona, which is a digital representation of the user created by data from the headset’s sensors and a new machine learning algorithm. Meanwhile, for those who want to get more serious work done, you can also pair the Vision Pro with a Magic Keyboard and Trackpad to create a more traditional desktop setup.”