Soon Apple will Launch long-awaited VR and AR Headgear
The long-awaited augmented reality and virtual reality headgear from Apple is rumored to make its debut at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June, which will be hosted by the firm.
However, a well-known Apple expert expressed some skepticism regarding the likelihood that the mixed reality headgear will make its public debut at WWDC 2023.
According to a tweet posted by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple has pushed back the mass production timetable for the headset by an additional one to two months owing to fears about the AR/MR headset announcement recreating the astounding ‘iPhone moment.
According to him, the delay “adds uncertainty” to the question of whether or not the headset would be introduced at WWDC.
This week, Apple made the announcement that the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which generally focuses on the company’s most recent software, will begin on June 5.
The information that the corporation was preparing to introduce the headset during the event was first revealed by Bloomberg one month ago.
The AR/VR headset that Apple is developing is still mostly a mystery. The product, the development of which has been whispered about for years, would compete with gear produced by companies like as Meta and Microsoft, amongst others.
The pricing of Apple’s headset may be in the area of $3,000, with Kuo’s tweet indicating that the price may push towards $4,000. The headset may contain features that are comparable to those of Meta’s Quest Pro.
Kuo, who is widely considered to be one of the most reliable Apple analysts, recently published a study in which he discussed Apple’s altering strategy towards the launch of its much anticipated headsets.