APPLE AR / VR HEADSET HAS BEEN DELAYED TO 2023, PRICE HAS BEEN TIPPED

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It is no secret that Apple has been working on a new type of AR and VR headset. This product will be the next big thing in technology for Apple. It will create a strong ecosystem that combines augmented reality and virtual reality. Although the product was expected to be available in 2021, last year’s reports indicated that it had been delayed until 2022. However, the product appears to be still in development. Bloomberg reports that the company won’t be ready to launch this product until 2023, according to Bloomberg. This is a very interesting development considering that the Apple AR/VR Headset was expected to be launched at this year’s WWDC. It’s not surprising that there will be further delays in the midst of the ongoing global crisis.

HEADSET ENTHUSIASTS / APPLE AR ENTHUSIASTS WON’T BE ABLE TO WAIT UNTIL 2023

Apple needs to wait longer before the product is ready for sale. Bloomberg reports that a source close to the situation says that overheating, software problems, and camera issues are the major causes of the delay. The product could be revealed at the end of 2022, but will not actually become available until 2023.

Bloomberg reports that the Apple AR/VR Headset’s starting price will exceed $2,000. This is certainly a steep price for smartphones. However, this product is more than just a smartphone. To work correctly and enable the virtual reality and augmented reality features, it needs a number of sensors and cameras. We are interested to see how the product performs in real life. We are also curious to see how Apple will make it a product the customer actually needs.

Although virtual reality and augmented reality have seen a lot of success in the gaming industry, they still don’t appeal to the average consumer. Maybe Apple is trying to find a way to make this product more appealing to all. Cupertino isn’t the only company pushing for augmented reality. Meta, formerly known as Facebook Inc, is also developing a new metaverse that heavily relies on virtual reality technology.

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