Apple AR / MR Headset Introducion Needs A Separate Conference


Since the launch of the iPhone, Apple hasn’t released anything revolutionary. Of course, any product that comes under this brand becomes a best seller and a role model. But honestly, the iPhone was the first smartphone and it changed the world. Now, many people think the next step in the tech world will be taken by Apple as well. In this regard, the Apple AR / MR headset that is on everyone’s lips is a good candidate.

Later today, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that if the Apple AR / MR headset is the company’s most important product, this device and the realityOS system it will run on need separate launch conferences. Well, even if they are announced at the same event, no other Apple product should attend the stage. This is because media and users need time for a full introduction. We guess you understand that the upcoming Apple AR / MR headset will change the entire tech industry upside down.

A few days ago, Ming-Chi Kuo said that it will take some time before the Apple AR / MR headsets enter mass production. Moreover, previously, we have been thinking that the product will be uncovered at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) next week. But it turns out the product is not complete and there is no hope to see the Apple VR headset and realityOS at the event.

In addition, Ming-Chi Kuo also said that Apple’s global competitors can’t wait to see the hardware specifications and operating system design of the Apple AR/MR headset. But they are waiting for it to design similar products. When it comes to the second-tier companies, they will design and launch copycat models.

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In January of this year, Ming-Chi Kuo pointed out that Apple’s AR/MR device uses dual ABF carrier boards. Each Apple AR/MR headset will be equipped with dual CPUs based on 4nm and 5nm processes.

At that time, Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that Apple’s Metaverse headset was about 2-3 years ahead of competitors’ products in computing power. From 2024 to 2025, Apple’s competitors’ AR/VR/MR products will also have PC/Mac-level computing power and use ABF carrier boards.

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