At the next WWDC 2023 developer conference, which will open its doors on June 5th, Apple will most likely not unveil the VR/AR headset, which is anticipated to be called Reality One or Reality Pro.
Apple may have come to the conclusion that its VR / AR headset will not receive the desired response from the market, according to Kuo, until the third quarter of 2023. Accordingly, the announcement of the device will be postponed.
Apple's understanding of the problem, the company's decision to develop the virtual and augmented reality headset might be dragged down. This is due to the worldwide economic crisis, the necessity of negotiations to get the device ready for mass production, and the lack of appreciative reviews.
Apple's headset will be between $3,000 and $4,000, and possibly more, according to Bloomberg analysts. Despite this, the company expects to sell around 300 thousand of these devices by the end of this year.
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