Tim Cook may not sign his resignation letter until Apple launches one major new-category product, likely the company's heavily rumored head-worn gear and augmented reality glasses.
Apple's rumored augmented reality (AR) glasses are unlikely to make an early 2022 launch as previously anticipated, claims a new report from Apple's supply chain.
TF International Securities' Ming-Chi Kuo, who is the world's top analyst when it comes to predicting Apple's future moves, has reiterated his earlier prediction that Apple plans to showcase its heavily-rumored mixed reality (MR) headset sometime in 2022.
Apple is aiming to keep the weight of its visor-like mixed reality (MR) headset under 150 grams, or half as much as typical virtual reality (VR) headsets that weigh in at more than 300 grams.
Apple could launch a mixed reality headset in 2022, with a new report claiming the rumored device would feature a sophisticated user-friendly system to precisely track the user's gaze.
Apple's rumored mixed reality (MR) headset could incorporate a bunch of cameras to offer image pass-through operations in both augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) modes.
It appears that Apple's rumored headset is indeed getting real, with a new supply-chain report naming chip maker TSMC as the supplier of micro OLED displays for use in the device.
A new report has it that Apple's first virtual reality (VR) headset may be arriving next year, featuring the design close to that of other brands and carrying a price tag of $500.