Apple is working on a VR headset, which may be another luxurious product by them. The first attempt at a headset by Apple Inc. is intended to be an expensive, marginal precursor to a more ambitious augmented reality device.
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Difficulties Being Faced
The VR Headset from Apple is facing several challenges in development. Such plans may be modified or completely canceled. Before they really see the public launch, Apple regularly destroys a lot of its projects. Even in cases where they require a lot of time and capital investment.
In this headset production, Apple has reportedly faced difficulties, with some prototypes ending up too large and heavy. Apple is currently using a cloth exterior to minimize the weight of the headset.
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The size of the Apple VR headset, which is codenamed N301, is identical to the Oculus Search. External cameras are included in some prototypes being tested to allow some AR features. The ability to use these cameras to track hand movements and include software features such as a virtual keyboard is also reportedly tested by Apple.
The headset is reportedly primarily based on VR. It will also contain, in a limited capacity, some augmented reality functionality for overlaying visuals on real-world views fed by external cameras.
According to Bloomberg, Apple’s headset would be much more costly than those from competitors, which cost between $300 and $900. Some Apple insiders claim that the company can sell only one headset per day per retail store.
Exactly when Apple’s VR headset launches is not clear, but it may be as early as 2022.
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