Wednesday January 12 2022 03:00 AM
Recent reports revealed that Apple is planning to launch its first AR / VR headset this year, as the device is one of the most talked about products of the company, and according to a report by MacRumors, well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shared new details about the device.
In a research note, Kuo shared the details about the headphone’s power adapter. According to Kuo, the headphone will use a 96W power adapter that is used for the Apple 14-inch MacBook Pro. Apart from that, he also confirmed that the device will be equipped with two processors including 4 nm slice and 5 nm slice.
It is not known that Apple will reveal anything about its upcoming products, but rumors about the company’s AR/VR headset have been circulating for a while now, and while many leaks and rumors have revealed some details about the headset, in a note to investors, Kuo revealed that The tech giant will likely release the tool in late 2022 with limited supplies.
According to the note, it is believed that shipping of the product will not begin until the first quarter of 2023, which indicates that only a limited number of the headphones will be available to customers at the time of launch. Shared Paper Supply Chain (DSCC) last week also proposed the same launch schedule for the headset.
The report also revealed that the upcoming device will have a three-screen configuration. According to reports, Apple will combine two Micro OLED screens and one AMOLED panel in the headset. According to a previous report by Ming-Chi Kuo, the Apple headset will weigh between 300 and 400 grams. He also said that the speaker will be able to deliver performance compared to the M1 chipset that the company uses in its MacBooks.
Other rumors suggest that the device will also be equipped with advanced sensors to detect the environment and gestures.
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