Apple Mixed Reality Headset Launch Delayed Due to Complex Design, In 2022, mass production could begin.
Apple was previously expected to release its futuristic MR glasses in the second quarter of 2022.
Apple's latest MacBook Pro models were recently released in India and other international countries. Along with the new AirPods, Apple also unveiled a variety of HomePod small color options. The focus of the rumor mill has now shifted to other Apple projects that are in the works.
The Apple Mixed Reality (MR) headset is one of the most eagerly anticipated products due to appear in the near future. Apple was previously expected to release its futuristic MR glasses in the second quarter of 2022. However, it appears that the corporation has reached a snag.
Apple is expected to encounter production delays because of the sophisticated design, according to a 9to5Mac story citing analyst Ming-Chi Kuo's investor letter. Apple's industrial design requirements for MR glasses, according to the analyst, are significantly higher than industry standards.
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At launch, the business hopes to establish a "viable ecosystem of hardware, software, and services." As a result, Kuo anticipates a manufacturing delay. Furthermore, Kuo claims that Apple does not plan to portray the MR glasses solely as a gaming device, but rather as something that can be used for other purposes as well.
Apple is expected to begin mass production of its head-mounted display in Q4 2022, according to Kuo. Young Optics, a Taiwanese company, is one of the potential component suppliers for Apple's upcoming iPhone, he noted.
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According to a recent source, the head-mounted display will cost roughly USD 3,000 when it launches (Rs 2,18,600). The mixed-reality headgear will produce an ultra-high resolution 8K display by combining virtual reality (VR) with augmented reality (AR).
Apple is also likely to offer interchangeable headbands, allowing customers to customize their experience. Finally, the Apple Mixed Reality headset is said to have an advanced eye-tracking technology that will only show graphics on the section of the screen where the user is looking.
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A dozen cameras will be installed both inside and outside the gadget to track hand movement and provide a seamless experience.