Tech giant Apple is working on a mixed reality headset. According to the latest report, Apple headset will feature a mix of virtual reality (VR) and also augmented reality (AR). Apple headset may launch in 2022. The price of Apple headset could be around 3,000 US dollar (around Rs. 2,19,000).
The mixed reality headset will have 6 lenses including a LiDAR sensor. It will also be equipped with a ToF (time-of-flight) sensor for better VR and AR experience.
It is also expected that Apple headset may come with two 8K displays. It will also have swappable headbands for better grip and convenience.
A render of the final stage prototype of the Apple headset has been leaked online. Despite the fact that Apple has not yet announced any plans for the headset of its, According to JPMorgan Chase Securities’ analyst Apple headset may launch in the first quarter of 2022.
Apple headset will feature 12 cameras, new eye-tracking technology.
The mixed reality headset by Apple is going to come with an enhanced eye tracking engineering, The Information accounts, citing an individual acquainted with the development.
The new technology could allow the headset to render pictures just on parts of the screen in which the person is looking.
The headset can also be found to have around 12 cameras for monitoring hand motions and displaying the actual physical world to users, alongside displaying virtual encounters. This’s anticipated to enable both VR along with mixed reality applications.
The details offered by The knowledge corroborate what Bloomberg found in the past. Nevertheless, additionally to the hardware info, the publication has additionally discussed a make that’s allegedly grounded on “internal Apple pictures of a late-stage prototype from previous year” to recommend the style of the headset.
It reveals a curved visor connected to the facial skin, together with swappable headbands. The Information found Apple told workers in 2019 it wished to deliver the headset of its in 2022. Apple may also launch “Apple smart Glass” in 2023.
Meanwhile, China Times reports that 7 Taiwanese companies including TSMC and Largan will supply components for the Apple headset.