Rumors and speculation have been circulating the internet for years: Apple is working on its own glasses for virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR for short)! This has probably been discussed and fantasized more than the mythical Apple. TVwho to date one ghost remained…
But in the next week it could happen, and Apple will present its first AR / VR glasses. On Pentecost Monday (June 6), the iPhone group will kick off its annual WWDC developer conference with a presentation at 7:00 p.m. German time. And many experts think that a first look at the glasses may be granted next.
Normally well-informed reporter Mark Gurman of the Bloomberg business news agency reported recently that AR/VR glasses were presented to Apple’s board of directors. A sign that the device is so developed that it can be presented to a wider audience for the first time?
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, usually very accurate with his Apple forecasts, expects the start of sales of AR/VR headsets early next year. He believes that the device could already be shown unlikely.
Other experts maintain Against, because: At WWDC, software developers from around the world learn about new Apple technologies. So it would be the perfect time to bring in the software makers so they can build their programs for the glasses in the coming months.
Therefore, it is conceivable that at least the basic software of the AR/VR device will be shown next week. In fact, there have been hints of an Apple operating system running the glasses for some time now.
In February, for example, there was one called “RealityOS” in the app store records. surfacedand at the end of May it was discovered that an American company was branding itself as “RealityOS” has assured. Apple is reportedly behind the completely unknown company.
It would not be the first time that Apple has announced a product that will not go on sale until many months later. This was the case, for example, with the current Mac Pro, which was first presented at WWDC in 2019. was shown and it was released half a year later. And even with the first iPhone, more than six months passed between the introduction and the start of sales…
So it will be interesting to see if Apple will allow a first look at its glasses, and maybe even through them, next Monday. BILD will report from WWDC in Cupertino.
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