Apple working on cheaper mixed reality headset, delays AR glasses

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Apple has been working on a extra reasonably priced and pocket-friendly mixed reality headset than the one which was beforehand set at ₹2,50,000 ($3,000), as per current studies.

For a long-time, information of the first-gen mixed-reality headset ‘Reality Pro’ by Apple has been doing rounds. The mixed-reality headset shall be a mixture of Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR). According to studies, Apple is planning to roll out the mixed-reality headset near that of an iPhone. Currently, the final line-up of iPhone 14 sequence ranges from ₹65,000 ($800) to ₹1,30,000 ($1,600).

As the hearsay of a cheaper headset goes round, Apple can in all probability compromise on decision shows, sensors, physique supplies, processor, and chips for decrease latency.

Halts plan for AR glasses

As Apple eyes launch of a cheaper mixed-reality headset, it mulls to carry the plan for AR glasses for now. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reported in regards to the indefinite halt of AR glasses by Apple and its plans to launch the headset’s cheaper model by 2025.

It is anticipated that the first-generation Apple ‘Realty Pro’ would function a three-display configuration with two 4K Micro-LED panels, superior sensors – a number of cameras and LiDAR scanner, hand gesture detection, eye monitoring, iris recognition, voice management, pores and skin detection, and facial features detection.

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