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Apple All Set To Announce Its Highly Anticipated AR/VR Headset In Spring Of 2023

It wouldn’t be wrong to mention that Apple’s AR/VR headset is one of the most talked about and anticipated tech devices of them all. And a major part of that is how the iPhone maker has its lips sealed on the endeavor.

But as a part of the newest version of Power On, Mark Gurman of Bloomberg has made claims about the tech giant finally gearing up for the announcement of its release.

This would be in the spring of this year, right before the grand WWDC takes place in June 2023. Meanwhile, the product would be reportedly up for grabs during the fall of this year, which is quite similar to the timeline highlighted by leading tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Gurman claims the product’s prototype hardware is already getting seeded to a tiny fraction of developers out there for a trial. But if you think the product is completed, well, think again. Apple says it is still working hard on solving several kinks seen on the hardware as well as the software.

Moreover, Gurman mentioned how in the past, this certain product was set out to be unveiled this month and that was certainly right but Apple just couldn’t meet its own timeline and the whole thing ended up slipping.

After getting the product unveiled in the Spring of this year, the Cupertino-based firm would be following that up with more detailed resources as well as a tool outlined for developers at this year’s WWDC conference.

Apple is really working hard to rid away its many flaws including outstanding bugs and some todo’s as confirmed by Gurman in his recent report. Therefore, it’s busy getting in more resources from the likes of various other places. And that might be the real reason why a few other projects in this firm have really suffered from major delays due to this cause.

But at the same time, this means Gurman is not having high hopes for the likes of Apple’s other devices like smartwatches and Airpods. Its own Mac roadmap entails a few goods worth a mention.

This includes the likes of a Silicon Mac Pro, a 15-inch MacBook Air, and some specs for the Macbook Pro. Similarly, Apple announced the launch of a new HomePod too that would be quite similar to the interface envisioned in 2018.


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