It has been rumored for many years that Apple was in fact a computer. working on a headset Combining augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) — sometimes called mixed reality (MR) — and our last prediction about the device is that it’s coming later this year.
Ming-Chi Kuo is a veteran industry analyst who knows what he’s talking when it comes to Apple. he tweeted(Opens in new tab) (via 9to5Mac(Opens in new tab)Due to hardware testing and availability software development tools, the AR/VR headset is currently behind schedule.
Kuo said that this means Kuo could say that the shipment window could be extended from the second quarter 2023 to the third quarter 2023: July, August, or September. previous leaksKuo was one of the many to point out that the machine would arrive in the first half this year.
Timing is everything
Apple could still announce the device before it goes on sale, but that is not certain. Kuo states that, “based on the current process of development,” it could be unveiled at an Apple event as early March or at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. every year in June.
Getting app developers up with the new hardware will be crucial — there won’t be many takers for expensive AR/VR headsets if there isn’t something notable that can actually be used.
From previous leaksAlthough it may sound like Apple might name the operating system for the new device realityOS (although that’s not certain), It will be exciting to finally see the headset, after so many years of speculation and rumors.
Analysis: Big move for Apple
It can be easy for people to take Apple’s huge manufacturing operation as a given: Apple produces millions of iPhones, iPads, Macs and other hardware parts each month and can (generally speaking) do it all without major problems.
It is possible to enter into different product categories, such as AR/VR headsets (or a carThere is more to it. The parts and processes involved are new. And that’s before we consider whether or not it will be bought.
The Apple WatchThis was the last time Apple had unveiled a completely new product, and not an update of an existing product. The wearable was embraced by consumers after a rough start. It is now a staple in Apple’s range of devices.
Apple’s AR/VR headset is a leap in the dark, just like the smartwatch. Apple has more options for mixed reality than any other gadget category, so it doesn’t have a wide range.
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