The long rumored Apple AR/VR Headset is apparently arriving within the “next several months.” The news arrives from a new report that believes that the company might not announce the new product at its online WWDC 2021 in June.
According to an Bloomberg report, the Cupertino based giant is planning on launching a mixed reality headset sometime within the next several months. Although, the report further added that the iPhone maker would likely not want to make the announcement for a new range of product at an online event and that it would want to its employees, the media, its partners, and the developers to be present in the room.
Furthermore, the report also says that the WWDC 2021 event will be the company’s last event in the digital format as it would return to in person media event by early next year. Bloomberg believes that the company ‘makes hardware’ and it wants attendees, along with its employees as well, to bring back the in person use, test, and development of these products. Earlier this week, Apple had announced that it would host its WWDC 2021 event online and on June 11.
During this event, the consumer electronics maker will be talking about the future of softwares like iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. For those unaware, Apple has been rumored to be working on an AR/VR headset, which is said to be a lightweight device that costs anywhere between 1,000 to 3,000 US Dollars. Unfortunately, while various patents have surfaced online
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