According to leading Apple analyst, Mr. Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple’s first augmented reality glasses are likely to be released in the fourth quarter of 2022. Previously, Mr. Kuo had forecast that the device This augmented reality headset is due to be released next year, but he can now provide more details on its timeframe as well as some of its specifications.
According to Kuo, the wearable will have two processors, one with “computing power on par with the M1 chip” and another low-end chip to process input signals from a range of sensors. . For example, Mr. Kuo thinks this wearable will have “at least 6-8 optical modules to simultaneously provide continuous video images seen through the AR . device.” The device is also said to have two ultra-small OLED screens with 4K resolution provided by Sony.
According to Mr. Kuo’s source, with the device’s “power comparable to a Mac computer”, it has the ability to work independently – instead of relying on a Mac computer for data processing – and having The wide range of different applications is what sets it apart from the competition.
Previously, many reports about this AR wearable have disagreed about whether the device can work independently or must depend on another iPhone to stream content about this AR headset.
However, Mr. Kuo seems to believe that the device can work independently as he wrote in the report that “If this AR device is positioned only as an accessory for a Mac or iPhone, it will not benefit the development of this product. A standalone AR device means it has its own ecosystem and offers the most flexible and complete user experience..”
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