Apple is now reportedly planning to manufacture its augmented reality headset for around 1.5 million units, which may introduce early next year.
In a research note (obtained by MacRumors), a reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Apple’s long-rumored augmented reality headset production target may have around 1.5 million units, which is expected to announce at the event in January 2023 and probably cost $2000.
According to the report of Bloomberg, in May, Apple presented its augmented reality headset to Apple board members, which indicated the final stages before the launch. However, the launch has been delayed due to overheating issues.
The headset is currently speculated to be powered by the M1 Pro chip, which means, it will provide similar performance as the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.
It will feature two Ultra-high-resolution 8K displays, a number of cameras for tracking hand movements, and the most advanced eye-tracking technology.