• Apple AR headset could finally see the light of day next year

    9 days ago - By Pocket-lint

    Apple's mooted augmented reality headset has been one of those projects that we've been hearing tidbits about for absolutely years - enough to be pretty confident that Apple has at least been working on the idea, whether or not it's ever been ready to actually release. Apple Glasses: What's the story so far on Apple's AR headset? Now a potential release date is apparently finally in the picture, according to the latest reporting from noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who's got plenty of Apple product leaks under his belt. He has sources that indicate a 2022 release date is currently in mind...
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  • Apple AR Headset With Similar Computing Horsepower Like M1 Chip Could Arrive Next Year, According to Kuo

    Apple AR Headset With Similar Computing Horsepower Like M1 Chip Could Arrive Next Year, According to Kuo

    9 days ago - By Tech Times

    According to known Apple leaker Ming-Chi Kuo, the upcoming AR headset in late 2022 will feature a top-notch computing chip that is similar to the current M1 processor that powers Mac.
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  • Kuo: Apple VR headset to have Mac-level computing power, coming in Q4 2022

    Kuo: Apple VR headset to have Mac-level computing power, coming in Q4 2022

    9 days ago - By GSMArena

    In the latest portion of rumors surrounding Apple's upcoming mixed reality headset, we get more confirmation about its release in Q4 of 2022 and its alleged M1 chip-level computing power. In his most up to date investor note, Ming-Chi Kuo describes Apple's headset as an independently operated device with no need to tether to an iPhone or Mac. It will boast two 4K OLED microdisplays from Sony and dual processors units.
    Apple VR headset sketch
    The headset's higher-end chip will have M1-level performance while the low-end chip will handle sensor-related...
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  • Apple's mixed reality headset may be a standalone device

    Apple's mixed reality headset may be a standalone device

    9 days ago - By Engadget

    Apple's long-rumored mixed reality headset will be powered by two processors, according to renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. In Kuo's latest research report seen by MacRumors and 9to5Mac , the analyst said that the device will have a main processor with the same computing power as the M1 chip and a secondary processor to handle all sensor-related computing. With both processors in place, the headset won't need to be tethered to an iPhone or a Mac. The device will be able to provide not just augmented, but also virtual reality experiences, Kuo said, thanks to a pair of 4K Micro OLED displays...
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  • Apple AR/VR headset will reportedly come in 12 months, be more powerful than a Mac

    9 days ago - By WMPoweruser

    Reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has revealed details of Apple's upcoming VR/AR headset before, has today posted additional information about the processors and when we can expect the device. According to Kuo the headset will feature multiple processors with similar processing power to the Apple M1 chip. We predict that Apple's AR headset to be...
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  • Top analyst says iPhone has 10 years left before it is replaced by AR

    9 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Reliable TF International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo sent a note to clients with a copy of important forecasts about Apple's mixed-reality headset, which he seesgetting unveiled late next year.
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  • Apple's AR headset coming next year with ‘Mac-level' power: report

    Apple's AR headset coming next year with ‘Mac-level' power: report

    9 days ago - By The Verge

    Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge
    Apple's first AR headset will be released in the fourth quarter of 2022, according to a research note from analyst Ming-chi Kuo seen by MacRumors and 9to5Mac. Kuo predicted back in March that the headset would be released sometime next year, and is now also providing more technical information on the device.
    The headset will have two processors, according to Kuo, one with “the same level of computing power as M1” and one lower-end chip to handle input from the various sensors. For example, Kuo says that the headset has “at least 6-8 optical modules...
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