Apple Expert Announces ‘Release Date’ Of Highly Anticipated Metaverse Headset, But The Predicted Price Is Stunning

An Apple expert has revealed when the company’s mixed reality headset will be released, but the price could put consumers off.

Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple insider, said in a report that the company “is expected to release AR/MR (augmented reality/mixed reality) headsets as early as January 2023.”

The Apple AR/MR headsets could launch as early as January 2023, an Apple expert said

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The Apple AR/MR headsets could launch as early as January 2023, an Apple expert saidCredit: Future
Consumers could potentially pay around $2,000 for a headset, according to an Apple insider

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Consumers could potentially pay around $2,000 for a headset, according to an Apple insiderPhoto credit: Getty

Kuo thinks this headset could be Apple’s next big thing after the iPhone, iMore reported.

That’s not to say there aren’t doubts about the product’s success, which is why the company may only make 1.5 million headsets, a number provided by Kuo.

That’s nothing compared to the 240 million iPhones Apple made in 2021.

While Apple products are notorious for being on the expensive side, the cost of the headset could be more than consumers are willing to pay.

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Kuo said, “The current market expects Apple AR/MR headsets to sell for $2,000 to $2,500 or more.”

This price seems to be in the range of other estimates.

The Information, a tech news site, has said the headset could cost $3,000, while Bloomberg said it will cost over $1,000.

One of the key features of the headset will be eye-tracking, according to Kuo.

In a previous report, Kuo said the headset will use a specialized transmitter and receiver to detect eye movement, Apple Insider reported.

This means Apple could potentially move screen content in sync with a user’s eyes as they view their natural surroundings.

With eye tracking, users could potentially access different menu options using different eye movements, e.g. B. when you tap your AirPod to change a song.

The screen resolution can also be changed depending on the object the user is focusing on immediately by monitoring the position of the user’s eye.

Kuo says Apple could also build in some form of iris recognition so the headset can verify who’s using it, or it could potentially be used for simple Apple Pay transactions.

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There are tons of innovative ways, but sources at iMore say the headset may not be geared towards gaming.

Some of the challenges in building this headset, according to Kuo’s new report, include making the headset comfortable, immersive displays, and heat dissipation to prevent users from passing out while wearing it.

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Chris Barrese

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