Apple AR / VR headset to be as powerful as MacBook Air

As of late 2022, the Apple AR / VR headset is coming! Apple is on the verge of announcing the first Asphalt reality headset by Q4 2022 that a new display from renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has to believe. Kuo also revealed some internal information that points to a very powerful computer included with the launch date.

Kuo said the Apple AR / VR headset will depend on a dual processor system for truly immersive experiences. The limits of the high performance processor are said to be as strong as the Apple M1 chip that powers the 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. The second processor will be used for processing with sensor data.

The Apple AR / VR headset will be next-gen

This integrated reality headset will treat as a standalone device, just like the MacBook and iPhone are, ie, it will not require an iPhone or Mac to work. Therefore, you can use the technology even by those who do not have an iPhone.

Apple is said to be launching a blended reality with two 4K OLED micro displays that will be manufactured by Sony. Eight optical modules will be available to support video-based AR services; ie, for comfort by the effects.

And, with the regular AR thing, Apple’s integrated headset will also be able to handle VR content. There is no information on what kind of content will go in VR; we expect some VR games and maybe support for Apple TV +.

These are all leaks early and therefore, we suggest you wash these with jars of salt. If the Apple headset ends up being anything like a dance floor, it could be among the most expensive Asphalt headphones to buy. Previous rumors have suggested a possible price tag between $ 1,000 to $ 3,000.

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