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Apple won’t launch its long-rumored AR/VR headsetnext week, reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted in a tweet on Tuesday.
have previously circulated a 2022 headset launch, and earlier in May. Although Apple has shown upcoming hardware at its Worldwide Developers Conference in the past, Kuo wrote, it will still be a while before the headset goes into mass production, so he doubts it will make an appearance at the conference, which starts on Monday.
“I’m sure that when Apple announces the AR/MR headset and its operating system at WWDC, competitors will immediately launch copycat projects and will happily copy Apple’s excellent ideas and hit store shelves before Apple launches in 2023. ” Kuo added.
AR refers to augmented reality, where images are overlaid on a real-world environment, as opposed to VR or virtual reality, which is a fully immersive computer-generated environment. MR is Mixed Reality that mixes real and virtual worlds.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
said the headset continues to run and resemble a high-end .
WWDC 2022 runs Monday through Friday and. Apple is expected to reveal At the conference. CNET editors hope to see there.
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