Although Apple ‘s mixed reality headset has been covered numerous times in the media, we have yet to see it. It could finally change as the Cupertino tech major is expected to launch its AR/VR headset this spring. Here are a few things you can expect from Apple this year.
This year, Apple may finally launch its Mixed Reality Headset.
This year, Mark Gurman announced in his Power On newsletter that Apple plans to release the mixed reality headset before the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). It is a little later than the previously expected January release date. However, as long as it is finally released, a slight delay won’t matter.
After developers have thoroughly tested the software features, Gurman says that Apple will ship the Reality Pro headset in 2023.
Several high-profile developers are currently testing the AR/VR headset. Many software and hardware ‘kinks’ need to be worked out before the headset can be made available to the general public. Also, Apple needs to figure out how it will market the headset, considering this year’s ‘hot new introduction.’
We can expect the device to support Mac-level computing power, come with dedicated chips, and feature a proper App Store for comprehensive app support.
Apple Mixed Reality Headset To compete with Meta’s Quest Pro and even the HTC Vive XR Elite, the Apple headset may come with two 4K micro OLED screens, iris scanning for payments, and much more. Due to the expected launch this year, we hope to receive official details shortly. Please stay tuned for more information.
Apple’s upcoming product lineup promises to bring a new world of possibilities and convenience into our lives. With the introduction of the M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, the Mac Pro, iMac Pro, 15-inch MacBook Air, iPads, and Apple Watches, users can enjoy powerful performance without compromising on portability or style. We look forward to seeing what else Apple has in store for us in 2023!