Will Apple release a augmented reality helmet in 2022?
Joins the hot trend of the technology world: Senior analyst Ming Chi Ko predicted more vigorously that Apple is about to enter the worlds of augmented and virtual reality, and now it is adding details
Friday, 26 November 2021, 14:19 Updated: 14:22
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Apple's first augmented reality helmet (AR) will be released in the last quarter of 2022, according to analyst Mingchi Qi's forecast.
According to the analyst, the helmet will have two processors, one with "the same processing power as the M1", and a weaker processor for processing the data from the sensors.
According to the helmet line there will be between six and eight optical components that will provide real-time graphics and video on the mirror.
He claims that the helmet will also have two tiny screens with a resolution of 4K made by Sony.
The analyst explains that the processing capability of the helmet, which is at the level of a computer processor, will allow it to operate wirelessly without cables (like the meta quest helmet).
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While there is a possibility that it will be positioned as part of the Mac or iPhone ecosystem, Kav actually believes that Apple will develop a completely independent software and accessories system for it - while any other positioning will impair the product's growth ability.
According to the analyst, Apple's long-term goal is for these helmet or augmented reality glasses to eventually replace the iPhone within a decade, and their creation is the first step in that vision direction.