Apple has always been known for its ability to revolutionize the technology market with innovative and high quality products. One of the most anticipated is its mixed reality headset, which has been the subject of rumors and speculation for several years. Now, Bloomberg confirms that Apple will unveil this device during WWDC in June.
Once again, the announcement of the much talked about AR/VR headset has once again been delayed, and now moves to WWDC, a conference aimed at developers. This will be Apple’s first time into the virtual and augmented reality market, so the company will want to make sure its device is as innovative and complete as possible before making it official.
Apple’s AR/VR helmet, will carry the latest in technology
Through the use of external cameras, Apple’s mixed reality helmet will be able to capture the gestures we make and even our eye movement. To do this, it will incorporate internal sensors that will be used to analyze the activity of our eyes. The truth is that this device has been a long time in the making from “the shadows” and has had to face a lot of problems during its development.
At the moment, nothing is definite until Apple itself confirms it, but according to Bloomberg, there is not much left before we can see it for ourselves. The media also explains some of the reasons that caused the latest delay, among which are both hardware and software issues.
The event chosen to present this helmet is the WWDC, acronym of Apple Worldwide Developers Conference or what is the same, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. Its celebration is annual and is where the company shows the new versions of iOS, macOS and also hardware. This year, Apple is also expected to announce iOS 17, iPad OS 17, macOS 14, tvOS 17 and watchOS 10.
As you can imagine, the price is of this case will not be cheap at all. Rumors suggest that its price would be around $3,000, as it will carry the best, such as the new M2 chip. Will you try Apple’s AV/RV case if it finally goes on sale?