There have been a lot of rumors and buzz around Apple’s upcoming mixed reality headsets. Mark Gurman, in his Power On newsletter for Bloomberg, says that Apple could officially announce its headset in 2022 but may ship it late next year or even in 2023.
The AirPower wireless charger from Apple might not have seen the light of the day, but the company has not given up on its multi-device wireless charger ambitions. A new Bloomberg report details that Apple continues on a new multi-device charger alongside short and long-distance charging technologies.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in a new investor note, has provided more details about the company’s upcoming AR headset. The analyst says the AR headset will have the same level of computing power as the Mac, which will differentiate Apple’s headset from the competition.
Last week, Apple announced the Self Service Repair program which will make Apple parts, tools, and manuals available to customers. This would, in turn, help individuals complete their own repairs. Initially, the program will be available to customers in the US starting early 2022 and then expand to other countries. Now, an internal memo procured by MacRumors suggests that the iPhone maker will team up with an undisclosed third-party to operate the repair parts store.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has posted a research report saying that iPhone 14 and Apple’s upcoming head-mounted displays will support Wi-Fi 6E, steering rival products to adopt the technology. However, he has warned of potential supply shortages.
A new report from The Information shared speculative details about future Apple Silicon chips that would succeed the M1, M1 Pro, and M1 Max chips sometime in 2023. It detailed the immediate successors of the current-generation chips and a “much bigger leap” that Apple is planning with the third-generation chips.
Apple may not start the mass production of its AR/VR headset until the end of 2022, which could potentially delay its release to early 2023. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo made this claim in his latest investor’s note.
Apple received widespread appreciation and some criticism in the wake of the iPhone 13 launch. However, a fresh report suggests that the company has an ace up its sleeve for 2022 in the form of a new AR headset.
As per Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple will hold another product launch event later this fall to announce its new M1X-powered MacBooks and new iPads. It is actually typical of Apple to hold two events in the fall to launch new iPhones and iPads.
A new report has provided more details on Apple’s upcoming AR and VR headset. The Information report claims that Apple’s AR headset will need to be wirelessly tethered to an iPhone so that one can use most of its “advanced features.”