An Apple headset announcement could happen in January, which is the same month the Cupertino company unveiled the original iPhone back in 2007.
A trademark filing for “RealityOS” spotted ahead of WWDC has sparked speculation Apple will preview its rumored AR/VR headset in June. But will it, indeed?
Apple's mixed reality headset is nearing launch with news that the company's board members recently saw a demo of the upcoming AR/VR device.
A new report sheds light on the development challenges and infighting between departments that have contributed to a delay in the potential Apple headset launch.
Apple's rumored mixed reality headset could take advantage of eye gaze sensors and internal cameras to let you select objects like text fields with your eyes.
A rumored mixed-reality Apple headset won't be unveiled at WWDC, but the iOS 16 beta might reveal how the underlying "Reality OS" software is supposed to work.
Mass production of the rumored Apple headset should kick off in September or October, with the first units reportedly going on sale before the end of 2022.
An upcoming Apple headset will be powered by a new operating system. And now, we're seeing the “realityOS” name referenced in Apple's source code for the first time ever.
There aren't many Apple-branded products that live solely in the rumor mill anymore, aside from the likes of the Apple Car. But the company's headset, which could be a mixed-reality headset, is certainly one of them. There were expectations that the new device could finally see its big unveiling happen in 2022. But that may not be the case any longer.
The rumor mill has been working on the idea of an Apple-branded augmented reality and/or virtual reality headset for quite some time. And we may even get to see it this year, if some of those rumors pan out. But we're not quite done working through the details ahead of any official announcements.
Developing an augmented reality/mixed reality headset is one thing. Probably the most important thing when you're talking about AR headsets! But that's not the total package, because future owners of that headset will need some way to actually interact with things if they want a truly robust experience.
The long-rumored Apple AR headset that would overlay computer imagery on top of the real world is reportedly “approaching liftoff,” Morgan Stanley analysts predicted.