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19 May, 2022
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Apple has presented its upcoming AR/VR headset to board members, which is likely in the advanced stages of development. In addition, Apple is developing software that is expected to be called "RealityOS", or rOS, according to Bloomberg.

An AR/VR device has been in development for several years. There is a chance that it will feature a curved visor and a soft mesh that fits over the face. It is expected to feature an Apple Watch-like strap, two 4K micro-OLED displays, 15 camera modules, powerful processors equivalent to M-series chips, eye-tracking capabilities, hand gesture support, spatial audio and other features. The possible cost of the device will be around $3,000.

Apple has been working on the headset since 2019, but it has consistently run into problems with overheating, camera performance and software, which has affected the postponement of the device's introduction.

Bloomberg suggests that we could see an AR/VR headset as early as the end of this year, although a consumer release is not planned before 2023.