Apple will begin sourcing lenses for its upcoming ARVR headset

Apple will begin sourcing lenses for its upcoming AR/VR headset in February

Genius Electronic Optical (GSEO) will begin shipping modules with lenses for augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) headsets to Apple in February, a Taiwanese source said. DigiTimes. The device is rumored to be called Reality Pro and will be available in the fall.

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Apple has been working on an AR/VR headset for several years and is expected to officially announce it later this year. The company may present the device at the WWDC event, which will be held in June: at the presentation, it will talk in detail about the new xrOS software platform, will present its capabilities to developers, and the headset will be launched in the fall, Bloomberg- Analyst Mark Gurman previously.

The first AR/VR product is expected to be a device with advanced features aimed at developers and professionals: the headset will have a dozen cameras to capture external movements, two 4K micro-LED displays, iris scanning and facial expression Tracking, as well as high-performance Apple M-series processors All of these components cost Reality Pro around $3,000 – this will be Apple’s debut in the AR/VR market, and more products are to come.

Recently it became known that after the expensive model, the company will also release a budget headset, which will probably be called Reality One, and a more modest A-series processor, which is also used in the iPhone. But this device will not appear until 2024.


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