Apple’s renowned analyst Ming Chico believes the Apple Augmented Reality Headset, which has already been released on various news releases, will be introduced mid-2020.It is expected that the legendary headset will be launched before the end of 2019.Since Apple decided to enter into the realm of Augmented Reality and began its efforts to design and produce a Augmented Reality Augmented Reality, various news stories have been published on the new Cooperations Technologies product.Apple’s famous analyst Ming Chico believes that Apple’s augmented reality glasses will be released much sooner than what we think.
Ming Chico said in a memo that the mass production of Apple’s Augmented Reality Headset will begin in the fourth quarter of 2019. This process seems to take up to the second quarter of 2020.It’s not clear what Apple has chosen to date for the release of its up-market glasses, but the production date is likely to be 2020.
According to Ming Chico’s memo, if the optimism is to be seen, the time of Apple’s Augmented Reality Headset supply is very close. In May 2018, Jin Manster, an expert and analyst at Loup Ventures, announced that Apple will not launch any new Augmented Reality device by the end of 2012. But it seems that by revising predictions, this time has shifted to September 2020. Earlier this month, Apple’s Augmented Reality Glasses were announced in 2021.
Ming Chico claims that the first generation of Apple’s Augmented Reality Headsets is basically similar to a display, and all processes, including scenes, communication with augmented reality content and location-based services, including GPS, will be performed by the iPhone.It’s not yet clear whether to connect from cable or to use wireless communications such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi or other wireless communications technologies.
Due to the fact that the hardware sector performs processing through the iPhone, the headset is expected to be much lighter compared to current virtual reality headsets, and even headsets that use the iPhone or any other smartphone as a display.
As Apple’s augmented reality glasses are used for the ARKit experience, the iPhone will have the ability to process higher than the headset with its processor connected to the display. But it may be a question of how the connection between the smartphone and the headset is made. There might also be questions about the power needed for the headset and the iPhone.
Earlier, there were rumors about Apple’s Apple Reality Eyewear. In an unofficial news story, the Apple Augmented Reality Headset uses the WiGig standard at 60 GHz to communicate with and does not use cable. Such a connection should definitely be able to support Augmented Reality content and other headset information.Of course, the headset may be confronted with working with next-gen iPhone devices that support internal WiGig standards. It is also possible to use an adapter to work with older iPhones.
Earlier it was said that Apple’s augmented reality headset comes with two 8K displays and virtual reality support. Such features are beyond Apple’s current hardware and even a much higher resolution than the current AR and VR headset available on the market.The Pero Headset delivers a resolution of 1440 to 1600 pixels per eye. It looks like we should look at the high resolution of the display. On the one hand, such a high resolution requires high graphics, which requires the upgrading of the processing power of the iPhone, and, on the other hand, it needs to consider other issues, including data transfer on the iPhone.