Sophisticated! Apple VR Headset Will Use 5nm Processor

Apple is rumored to have plans to expand its future product line by launching a wireless headset compatible with its AR (Augmented Reality) / VR (Virtual Reality) wireless headset. The headset will reportedly be ready to be introduced in 2020.

This AR / VR technology headset will feature a dual 8K display and is powered by a powerful Apple chipset. Through this product, Apple is ready to be a tough competitor for VR accessory manufacturers who have already circulated on the market such as Oculus VR, HTC Vive, and Microsoft HoloLens.

Having the codename "T288", the cultivation of the VR device in this project is still in its early stages and it is still too early to estimate its launch schedule. Even these early projects can still be canceled or changed before they are launched.

Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, has repeatedly emphasized Apple's big focus on the cultivation of Augmented Reality (AR) technology as a major project. As previously rumored, the Apple AR / VR headset is likely to be Apple's next big project. Moreover, the United States company is indeed looking for ways to reap revenue outside the iPhone sales are now being weakened.

The AR / VR headset supports wireless connectivity and will connect to a special "box" with the help of high-speed wireless technology. The use of powerful processors manufactured with 5-nanometer technology is ready to promise high-level performance and excellent efficiency.

The headset will also be equipped with several mounted cameras that will actively monitor the condition around the user.

If you still remember that in the event WWDC 2017 ago Apple made the first big breakthrough in AR technology cultivation in the form of ARKit. The SDK software is very useful for combining AR-based games and productivity applications on iOS.

With great encouragement and focus on AR and VR technology development, it is not impossible for Apple to become one of the leading AR headset manufacturers in the global market, rivaling Microsoft, Oculus and HTC.

Source: CNET and GadgetTimes via NDTV

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