Apple’s AR/VR headset is set to be revealed at WWDC according to reports. The introduction of the rumored mixed-reality headset which was previously expected to make its debut this very spring is being delayed until June according to Bloomberg reports.
Apple’s AR/VR Headset is Set to be Revealed at WWDC
The augmented reality and virtual reality headset from apple was rumored to be unveiled in early 2023. And right now, it all seems like the long and much-anticipated hardware might not be making its debut until June as per a Wednesday report from Bloomberg.
Apple Is Planning To Unveil the AR/VR Headset at Its Annual Worldwide Developers Conference
The tech company is planning to unveil the AR/VR headset at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference which is reported by Bloomberg thus citing people that are familiar with the matter. The company behind the iPhone usually and typically hosts WWDC in early June.
Apple had reportedly planned to introduce the mixed reality headset in April but however decided to delay its launch after “product testing showed that both hardware and software issues still needed to be ironed out,” as per Bloomberg reports.
Apple’s AR/VR Headset Features, Pricing, and Availability
Very little is known at the moment in regards to Apple’s AR/VR headset although there is speculation that it will be featuring similar characteristics to Meta’s Quest Pro. Its pricing is also rumored to be in the $3000 range and it could be the very first of several headsets from Apple. Even though the rumored headset is announced at WWDC, Apple normally tends to introduce new products months before they are available to the public.