Bloomberg reported that Apple has had some difficulties in developing augmented reality sets. According to Bloomberg, the device will be released much later than planned.
Rumors have been circulating for years that Apple will release some kind of virtual reality/augmented reality set. Recent reports suggest the tech giant will launch the company’s first mixed reality set in 2022; however, according to Bloomberg, the device, which is still in development and faces some problems, may come out later than Apple anticipated.
The device, which Apple plans to unveil at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, has problems such as overheating, cameras, and software development challenges, Bloomberg reported. The device, which Apple initially announced in 2021 and is set to go on sale in 2022, is likely to go on sale later this year, or even in 2023, according to Bloomberg estimates.
The price will burn pockets
Bloomberg said: “We’re not He notes that this first set of augmented reality, which is expected to be high-end with a price tag of over $2,000, will have two processors, and at least one of them will be equivalent to the M1 Pro chip found in the new MacBook Pros.
Previous reports have suggested that the device will have two OLED micro-displays and 3D sensors for manual tracking, among other advanced components; however, it was stated that the price of the device would be quite extreme.
Meanwhile, Apple’s work on an AR goggle is still ongoing; however, Bloomberg reports that the company plans to introduce the device by the end of this decade. It is obvious that in the future we will encounter more AR glasses that are lighter, more useful, and can be integrated into daily life. But for the moment this technology is at the very beginning of the road and it seems that we will have to wait a little longer to see products that perform real.