Apple’s AR Headset is expected to launch in the final three months of 2022, and could be as powerful as the most recent MacBooks. The device could support both Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) and could sport micro-OLED displays when it is launched next year.
- The rumoured AR headset could feature processing capabilities similar to those of a Mac and could operate independently of a Mac (PC) or an phone while supporting a range of applications.
- According to Kuo, Apple’s AR headset could be powered by two chips, a powerful one that offers similar power as last year’s M1 MAC, and a less powerful chip for handling sensors on the headset.
- It could come with VR support as well, according to Kuo, who adds that the device could come with two Sony 4K micro-OLED displays.
- He also claims that the computing power required by the headset would be higher than that of the iPhone, which requires three optical modules running simultaneously.
- The AR headset, on the other hand, could require “at least” six to eight optical modules for “continuous see-through AR services,” according to the analyst.