For now, it seems almost guaranteed Apple AR / VR– The head is on its way, although it hasn’t been officially confirmed – and now we have another cool hint that a product launch could be right around the corner.
According to Mark Gorman, Apple is the latest employmentI hired newsletter Andrea Schubert from Meta (the company formerly called Facebook.) It might not sound very interesting per se, but it would be more appealing immediately if you knew that Schubert was in charge of Meta’s PR and outreach.
With a little bit of simple logic, one can conclude that the hiring could well fit in with the launch of new Apple devices in the VR/AR sector. Previous rumors say that a headset will appear Sometime in 2022.
VR + AR
At the moment, there is some uncertainty associated with the headset that Apple is said to be developing. Some think it will be a similar virtual reality (VR) device Oculus Quest 2, where everything you see is generated by your computer.
At the same time, there are many who believe that devices will support so-called augmented reality (AR) as well – which means that computer-generated graphics are placed on top of the real world. except for this Launch date is 2022 We were also told that the device will use a dedicated Apple processor.
This should be a different product from the smaller and lighter one augmented reality glasses Which Apple is reportedly working on as well at the moment – in other words a device similar to Google Glass. These glasses are said to be ready to launch after a more comprehensive VR/AR headset, possibly sometime in 2023.
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It might seem a little tricky to associate the new designation with the launch of new devices — after all, people change jobs and roles all the time — but given that rumors surrounding Apple’s AR/VR headset have taken off in earnest, Andrea Schubert’s move to Apple related completely.
The VR headset won’t be confirmed by Apple until launch day as usual, but we already know Tim Cook loves all things augmented reality. The head of Apple believes that technology can “Expand human performance‘, and AR features have crept into iPhone and iPad products in recent years.
Cook will also take care of leading Introduction The last major product categorybefore handing over the reins to the next leader at Apple. This product likely has something to do with AR and VR, although it’s not unreasonable to be an Apple car.
The last time Apple launched something completely new, unrelated to the current range, was in April 2015, when we saw that Apple Watch for the first time. All indications are that 2022 will be the year we introduce something completely new from Cupertino.
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