We are getting closer to the WWDC of Manzana, their annual conference for developers. However, in addition to talking about software and development, This announcement is expected to unveil one of Apple’s most innovative projects in recent years: its own Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality glasses. Apple is not hiding and has just left a clear clue.
Several Media specialized in VR have begun to receive an invitation from Apple to be able to attend his next WWDC keynote. This demonstrates Apple’s special interest in having the journalists who know the most about Virtual Reality present to cover their next big thing. Some have received the invitation with surprise, since they had never been invited by Apple to said event before.
Apple’s first glasses are coming soon
Apple’s WWDC keynote will take place on June 5, so we won’t have to wait much longer to find out for sure. An Apple VR/AR (Mixed Reality) headset or device has been rumored for years. Big tech brands like Samsung, have tried in the past to popularize this technology without much success. You just have to remember the Gear VR glasses from the Korean brand. Samsung even went so far as to make a VR presentation years ago within the framework of the MWC in Barcelona and supported at that time by Mark Zuckerberg.
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Some well-known Apple analysts have dared to predict some data about this device, of which Apple has not given a clue. According to analyst Kuo, these Apple mixed reality glasses will be the company’s next revolutionary product after the iPhone.
The analyst also affirms that this product will have priced between $2,000 and $2,500. The announcement of its mixed reality device will focus on three main points: use cases, software/service/development ecosystem, and hardware spec details, according to the source. There are less than two weeks left to find out if all the rumors to date are true.