Today, pictures of what appear to be parts of Apple’s impending mixed-reality headset were posted online. The guy who posted the photographs has a reputation for providing reliable information regarding Apple parts and has a protected Twitter account. Three of the images depict curved ribbon cables that can be used to link display parts to a board and curve around a user’s eyes.
Another purports to depict a similar-length flexible ribbon with a three-sensor or camera array running along it. There is an emoji that says “happy face with sunglasses” next to the collection of pictures. The design of the ribbon cords also strengthens the evidence that they are made for the future product, even though they are not specifically linked to Apple’s headset.
Mixed-Reality Headset Will Debut Soon
At Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in June, the first-generation mixed-reality headgear is anticipated to be unveiled, with a launch sometime later in the year. As the device’s unveiling approaches and mass production gets underway, additional real-world photographs of the parts for Apple’s mixed-reality headset are anticipated to surface online. According to reports, Apple will introduce its mixed-reality headset this year. At this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which takes place in June, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) device is most likely to make their debut.
The operational and manufacturing teams are now split when it came to the timeframe of the headset’s launch, according to the most recent development.
According to a Financial Times investigation, even though the headset is cumbersome, expensive, and has little attraction to consumers, the operations team, led by Jeff Williams, was interested in delivering it as quickly as possible. The engineering team wants to hold off until it is practical to produce lightweight AR glasses. CEO Tim Cook was in charge of making the choice, and he allegedly supported the operations staff.