The future VR headset will be just as powerful as a Mac

Apple is said to be preparing to launch a virtual reality headset next year. The strength of the latter will be very promising in terms of potential uses.

For several months, various rumors and reports surrounding the Apple brand have been talking about a virtual reality headset. Apple will be on the cusp of marketing, while Cupertino sees its competitors GAFA, notably Facebook, launching their feet forward in the metaphorical adventure.

But according to the latest report about this virtual reality headset that Apple is about to launch, the famous analyst of the Apple brand Ming Chi Kuo assures that it will be very powerful. In fact, according to the always well-informed Kuo, the processor that will have a place of choice in the design of the headset will be very similar to the M1 chip already found in Apple Silicon-built Macs released in 2020 and 2021.

According to Kuo, this new power should allow the latter’s VR headset to operate with complete independence. It will already be possible to use it without wired or wireless connection to your Mac or iPhone. At the moment, the Apple whistleblower did not provide more information, it is he who confirms that this headset has a simple ambition to replace the iPhone within 10 years.

Next year launch

For him, the speaker will be released at the end of 2022, during the last quarter, so it could serve as something else at the Apple conference in November that appears to have been dedicated to Mac and M1 chips for two years already. The headset can already share the same chip and thus have its place entirely in the conference.

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Kuo also explains in his report that a headset should be used for augmented reality. An area that Apple has already mastered very well and the Cupertino company is trying to develop as much as possible in its iPhone. The’from the inside It is also mentioned that Apple is developing virtual reality within its helmet, the latter of which will be displayed on Sony 4K Micro OLED screens for a more realistic simulation.

If the virtual reality headset project is still far from being known in its details, Apple seems closer than ever to launching this product. The latter in any case raises high hopes among Apple fans, since the latter has been waiting for a new product since the release of the Apple Watch a few years ago.

Frank Mccarthy

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