Apple’s mixed reality headset will likely feature the company’s M2 chip and 16GB of RAM.
Apple's Mixed Reality Headset has new information for its specs, and it would be the latest processor for PCs.
The latest version of Apple’s long-rumored mixed reality headset features the company’s recently announced M2 system-on-a-chip and 16GB of RAM, according to Mark Gurman. The Bloomberg reporter shared the tidbit of information in his latest Power On newsletter – along with details on a “deluge” of devices Apple plans to release over the next year, including a new HomePod speaker.
New headset featuring both virtual and augmented reality environments is part of a "deluge" of new products reportedly coming in the next year.
Apple is "likely" to announce its long-rumored mixed-reality headset as soon as January 2023, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has reiterated.
In a new analysis of the market shared with 9to5mac, Kuo calls the Apple headset "the most complicated product Apple has ever designed" and "a game changer for the headset industry."
The rumored Apple mixed-reality headset is "likely" to make its debut in January 2023 and will accelerate the growth of the entire headset market, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.Apple VR headsetIn a blog post on Thursday, Kuo outlined some of his expectations for the AR and VR industry going forward. Specifically, his analysis focuses on how Meta will compete when Apple enters the arena. Read more
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