The Apple Watch 7, iPhone 13, AirPods 3, and redesigned MacBook Pro computers powered by Apple’s M1 Max silicon chips and new M1 Pro are among the many goods Apple will unveil in 2021. However, Apple’s virtual reality or augmented headset, like other long-rumored delights, has yet to make an appearance. However, 2022 could be the year. As Facebook’s rebranding to Meta has spawned a new wave of metaverse buzz, Apple’s headset could be entering the fray just as things are heating up.
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According to ahttps://stocksreviewed.com/jeff-browns-scg-technology/, Apple could be mixing AR and VR with two headsets in the near future, but leading the way with some form of high-end AR/VR headset more akin to an advanced Quest 2. Gurman’s most recent reports indicate an emphasis on gaming, media, and communication. According to a storey from The Information earlier this year, it might be pricey, possibly costing $3,000 or more, with 8K monitors, eye tracking, and cameras that can scan the world and merge AR and VR together.
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s November forecast, Apple’s VR/AR headset will be available in the fourth quarter of 2022, featuring Wi-Fi 6 and 6E capabilities.Another, more recent claim from Kuo in December suggests a gadget that is relatively light, weighing around 300-400 grammes (roughly 10.5-14 ounces). That’s less than the weight of the Oculus (Meta) Quest 2.
This is consistent with Kuo’s earlier claim that Apple’s headset will be available next year, followed by smart glasses in 2025 and possibly AR contact lenses after that. And, according to Kuo’s most recent investor note, which MacRumors obtained, Apple may have bigger plans for the headgear. Kuo notes that the company’s “aim is to replace the iPhone with AR in 10 years.”
The headset is likely to be powered by Apple’s M1 CPU and to function as a standalone device. However, it may also be able to communicate with Apple’s other products.This isn’t a surprising move. In fact, the majority of reports about Apple’s headgear appear to be in line with how VR is evolving: lighter-weight, with increased mixed reality functionality via more advanced passthrough cameras. In that regard, Apple’s initial headgear will most likely serve as a stepping stone to future lighter AR glasses, much like Meta’s next headset, Project Cambria.
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Last year, reports about Apple’s AR/VR roadmap suggested internal Apple conflicts or a split policy that may entail a VR headset initially, followed by more conventional-kind of augmented reality smart glasses later.However, recent reports appear to be settling down to tell the tale of a specific type of advanced VR device that is unquestionably leading the way.
These claims have circulated for several years, including one first reported by CNET’s SharaTibken in 2018. But the question is, when will this occur? Is it 2022, or even later? Apple has been incorporating more advanced AR technologies into its iPhones and iPads, laying the groundwork for something bigger. But there is still no idea what that object (or things) are. What’s becoming evident is that the rest of the AR/VR ecosystem is also seeing a slower-than-expected transition to AR glasses.