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Apple VR Headset to Launch This Spring, Ship in the Fall: Report

Apple VR Headset to Launch This Spring, Ship in the Fall: Report

Silhouette of Apple CEO Tim Cook during the Apple World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco.

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an Apple will unveil its highly anticipated mixed reality headset this spring, with consumer deliveries beginning fall 2023, Bloomberg reported recently.

The report comes next Comments last week From Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who reports that software development and problems with mechanical components have forced Apple to delay shipment to the latter half of 2023. Kuo also expected Apple to announce its headset either in the spring or in the company Software Developer, which is usually in June.

Bloomberg said Sunday that Apple’s expected headset will run on a new operating system, dubbed xrOS, and that Apple has already granted select software developers access to the platform. According to the report, the headset will be called Reality Pro. Apple uses the Pro accessory across its advanced, power user-focused product lines.

Apple has already made forays into mixed, virtual, and augmented reality efforts on iOS, iPadOS, and the iPhone and iPad operating systems. Apple’s program enables companies and developers to allow users to do anything from trying on glasses to buying furniture in their personal spaces.

But a potential headset from Apple would mark the entry into a new product line that would put Apple in direct competition with Mark Zuckerberg’s metathat spent billions of dollars To the dismay of investors Building Zuckerberg’s vision for Metaverse

Apple’s mixed reality offering will differ from the Meta Quest line, which is a pure virtual reality product. Mixed reality enhances the user’s environment, rather than replacing it entirely with a computer-generated view.

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The report stated that Apple has put most of its efforts on headphones and that many of the company’s other products, such as MacBooks, Watch, TV and iPads, will get relatively minor updates this year as a result.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.