An Apple headset announcement could happen in January, which is the same month the Cupertino company unveiled the original iPhone back in 2007.
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.
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.
Here's how FaceTime video calling could work on an Apple AR/VR headset with the device strapped on your head and obscuring much of your face.
Meta's operating system for AR and VR devices may have been canceled, but it's unclear whether a version of Android may continue to power future Oculus Quest VR devices.
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.
There are some devices and features still swirling in the rumor mill that Apple has yet to actually announce. While we can officially strike out "a MacBook with a notch," we are still waiting for things like Apple's big push into augmented reality and/or virtual reality hardware. The company laid the groundwork with ARKit years ago, and, ever since, there has been an expectation that a headset is soon to follow. But, as the wait continues, legendary analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has some bad news for the hopefuls out there.
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.
More often than not, Apple rumors aren't all that surprising. Even if they don't pan out into a real product, they typically seem credible enough to believe. Even the crazy ones. For example, Apple bringing back the iPod in 2022.
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.
It has been rumored for quite some time that Apple is working on various virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) headsets/glasses. And now a new rumor says Apple may be waiting to unveil one of those devices for an in-person event.