More recently, renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had reason to believe that Apple will unveil the long-awaited augmented reality headset in late January and launch it a few months later. Now the expert believes that a number of problems in preparing the device for the announcement will at best postpone its official debut until spring of this year.
Problems of a mechanical and software nature, such as Expectations Ming-Chi Kuo will be forced to delay the start of mass shipments of the augmented reality device until the second or third quarter of this year. At the current pace of preparations for the announcement, it can take place either at a special event in the spring or at the traditional WWDC developer conference in June.
There are many different assumptions regarding the technical characteristics of the augmented reality device. Some sources estimate that it will cost between $2,000 and $3,000 and will come with ten cameras, aimed at both the outside world and the user’s eyes. The debut of the novelty at WWDC would have made it possible to simultaneously show in action applications specially developed for such a device, which would only increase the interest of potential buyers.