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DigiTimes reports today that an Apple supplier is preparing to begin shipping lenses used in Apple’s upcoming AR/VR headset.
Apple Supplier To Ship Lenses For Ar/vr Headset As Soon As February
According to reports, Genius Electronics Optics (GSEO) will supply the lens module for Apple’s upcoming headset, rumored to be called “Reality Pro,” which will begin shipping next month.
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Genius Electronics Optics (GSEO) will provide lens modules for Apple’s head-mounted VR devices for a 2023 release, with deliveries starting in February-March 2023, according to GSEO’s production line. Click to expand… Apple has been working on an AR/VR headset for a few years now, and it’s expected to be released this year. A timeline suggested by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman suggests that Apple will release the headset before WWDC in June. At WWDC, Apple will detail its new xrOS operating system and show off new features to developers before the headset ships in the fall.
Apple’s first AR/VR product is likely to be a high-end product aimed at developers and professionals. Several advanced technologies are rumored to be included in the headset, including dozens of cameras to capture and translate real-world motion into virtual motion, two 4K micro-LED displays, iris scanning, facial expression tracking, and a powerful Apple silicon chip. . .
High-end headphones can be expensive, with rumored prices around $3,000 apiece. The headset is Apple’s first foray into the new AR/VR market, and it’s just the beginning of Apple’s roadmap. Apple is working on a lighter, cheaper version of its headset, and its augmented reality glasses will face an indefinite delay, according to a new report out this week.
Even $3,000 is more expensive than Magic Leap and Microsoft’s offerings. Either way, I think it’s going to be a bigger hit than most people think.
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Based on its pricing, it seems to be targeting the same audience as Microsoft’s HoloLens… so the development of AR in industrial settings, or for medical imaging and training rather than at the consumer level… at least I hope so, or so the price suggests. Crazy
This will be a big hit. Practically everyone I know puts money aside and buys on day one. Pre-orders may block Apple’s website IMHO.
MJaP said that given its price, it looks like it’s targeting the same audience as Microsoft’s HoloLens…so developing AR for medical imaging and training rather than industrial deployments or consumers…at least I hope so. This comment is crazy. Click to expand…
It makes sense that a good $3,000 product wouldn’t be aimed at consumers, but I don’t think there’s any reason to deploy an Apple AR/VR headset if you’re not already running a Mac and need to replace your existing IT infrastructure. , unless it really is a completely game-changing technology.
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No one knows the concept, but Apple seems to know it’s going to be a big hit when it tries to launch HomePods.
I’m not interested in this product, but I can’t wait for it to come out so I don’t have to see any more of these insults.
D686546s said: It makes sense that a good $3000 product isn’t aimed at consumers, but I think if you’ve never used a Mac and had to deploy an Apple AR/VR headset, you’ll want to convert. . Existing IT, if not truly and completely game-changing technology. Click to expand… I believe the headset will be a standalone device so you don’t need to be a Mac user or change your existing IT. I know many Windows users who own iPhones. I think Apple believes that their foray into AR/VR will truly and completely change the game. I hope so too.
According to a DigiTimes report today, MacRumors says that an Apple supplier plans to ship lenses for use in Apple’s upcoming AR/VR headset starting next month. The high-end price of the headset leads to a hefty price tag, rumored to cost around $3,000 apiece. The headset is Apple’s first foray into the new AR/VR market, and it’s just the beginning of Apple’s roadmap. Click to expand… Hmmm $3000 is always the most outrageous price here when a new kit comes out. Maybe half of it is good.
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“I’m not interested in this product, but I can’t wait for it to come out so I don’t have to look at these designs again,” Jamonbul said. Click to expand… Looking forward to its release, we can finally see how Apple plans to change and improve the current AR/VR experience.
“It’s going to be a huge hit,” Dumastudetto said. Practically everyone I know puts money aside and buys on day one. Pre-orders may block Apple’s website IMHO. Click to expand… I hope so too, but obviously the $3000 price tag is going to be the main threat.
2023: The year of AI and VR, says cuencap. I’m still not sold on the AR side Click to expand… AR is more useful than VR for everyday basics.. Consider the HUD in your AR car.
Dumastudetto said: Actually everyone I know Click to expand… Either you don’t know many people or you live in a very strange world!
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“I’m not interested in this product, but I can’t wait for it to come out so I don’t have to look at these designs again,” Jamonbul said. Click to expand…
Oh I totally agree, it’s like an artist took a ski mask and swimming goggles and put them together, and of course he’d have a cheap elastic band.
Lovehateapple said: I believe the headset will be a standalone device, so you won’t need to be a Mac user or change your existing IT to use it. I know many Windows users who own iPhones. I think Apple believes that their foray into AR/VR will truly and completely change the game. I hope so too. Click to expand…
So are developers using their professional Windows AR and VR apps now? Or do you think Apple will move these apps to it or start rewriting the device? Remember, we’re not talking about consumers here.
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Either way, it’ll be fun, at least for the folks on this site.
I guarantee that as soon as Apple starts shipping, there will be hundreds of factories in China producing standard ski goggles in the same style.
At first one headphone per household, but of course this quickly becomes one for each family member. Business? What about every employee? It’s just hardware. What about the AR app store…etc? Man, we talk a lot about revenue.
It’s a great time to release AR too… a world out of shackles and diffusion fatigue is ready for a new paradigm
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I’m not one to buy VR headsets and/or xrOS promos. But I hope it’s successful and I’ll see if it’s a success or a failure. But I’m not going to spend $3,000 on a first generation Apple product. Early adopters, aka beta testers, can work it out for us.
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Apple’s mixed reality headset may launch this year. Now reports say that the company’s suppliers are ready to deliver parts of the product, as the announcement should be made in the first half of 2023.
) Genius Electronics (GSEO) says Apple is preparing to ship a lens that uses mixed reality headsets. Presumably, this Pro headset will ship in February.
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Genius Electronics Optics (GSEO) will provide lens modules for Apple’s 2023 head-mounted VR devices, with deliveries starting from February to March 2023, according to chain manufacturer GSEO.
Apple has been working on a mixed reality headset for several years. Last week, a Bloomberg report claimed that Apple plans to announce the product at a spring event before WWDC 2023. The device ran a new operating system called xrOS. The company will update developers with the software features in June. The device will ship this fall, but there is no release date or window.
Recently, Apple expert Ming-Chi Ku said that Apple has been experiencing hardware and software delays. The result is a headset