Kuo says Apple's augmented reality headset could launch in 2022

According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple Glass could see the light of day in the second half of next year.

What had been perceived as an illusion, was finally becoming clearer. Apple is expected to launch an augmented reality headset in the second half of 2022, according to Connected Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. In a note to investors following WWDC 2021, the analyst confirmed a launch schedule first laid out in April that calls for the Cupertino-based company to launch an AR headset in mid-2022.

“We expect Apple to launch AR HMD devices (vertical view) In the second quarter of 2022. The device will offer a smooth augmented reality video experience, so Target is also required and Genius (Genius Electronic Optical, an Apple supplier) It is also a major resource. “

Multiple helmets can be unveiled

Apple will develop two headphones. The first edition announced for the 2022 launch will be a traditional VR-style mask, with 15 cameras for a highly immersive experience. It will be a helmet for Mixed realityA second alternative closer to the elegance of classic glasses would exploit optical waveguide technology to superimpose computer-generated graphics onto a real landscape. This second headset, called Apple Glass, could follow in 2025.

This isn’t the first time that rumors sparking the launch of Apple’s AR/VR headset have surfaced. Ming-Chi Kuo, like Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, indicated in March that an announcement could be made on the issue during WWDC. Obviously that was not the case…


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