It has been known for several years that Apple will soon introduce the first headset for augmented reality and virtual reality. The American giant can mention this new product during the presentation of iOS 16.
In his new “Power On” newsletter, journalist Mark Gurman spoke again about Apple’s upcoming mixed reality headset. According to his information, beta versions of iOS 16, codenamed Sydney, are “full of references to the headset and its interactions with the iPhone”. The latter is often referred to as “Apple Glass“, Although this name is not final.
Although it specifies that a full presentation of the headset will be ruled out soon, Apple can still start talking about its first virtual and augmented reality headset at its upcoming conference, WWDC 2022 to be held from 6-10 June 2022. In fact, the conference will be above all an opportunity for Apple to present New operating systems for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac. However, Apple is also expected to unveil a few more products such as the iMac Pro and the tender More details for developers about mixed reality projects.
What do we know about Apple’s mixed reality headset?
According to information from Ming-Chi Kuo, we know that Apple can Mixed reality headsets will be launched in very limited quantities from the end of this year. This first and foremost release will be reserved for developers who will be responsible for designing compatible applications so that the public can benefit from them in the following years.
Thus, Ming-Chi Kuo also revealed that The first edition headphones are sure to be expensive. This new Apple device is also expected to bring back items from other products, including 96W Charger for MacBook Pro 2021. This shows thatApple is considering bringing some power to its headphones. So you will feed two processors Helmet: one of them is engraved at 5 nm, while the second is engraved at 4 nm. Finally, we know that it will have a huge advantage over its competitors: it will be Much lighter and more comfortable.
source : Bloomberg
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