Report Reveals Apple Showcases AR/VR Headset to High-Ranking Executives

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Apple reportedly showcases new AR/VR headset

Apple executives gathered at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, for an exclusive presentation of the company’s new AR/VR headset, according to a report from Bloomberg. Mark Gurman, a Bloomberg correspondent in a release suggested that the device is nearing its public release.

Gurman reported that the headset is expected to cost around $3,000. The headset will also come with an external battery that can be recharged after several hours of use. He also noted that the device appeared to be somewhat uncomfortable and may require a standout application to be successful.

Apple senior managers are cautiously setting realistic goals for the new device. However, they anticipate its revenue will gradually increase over time. Apple has not yet responded to requests for comment on the report.

Gurman also revealed in a newsletter that the upcoming release of IOS 17 will include significant improvements and bug fixes. He added that it will also have features that are specifically designed for the new AR/VR headset.

There has been growing news about the release of a Apple’s new AR/VR headset in the past few weeks. A former engineer in the Apple AR/VR project has explained the immense pressure has resulted in several postponements in its launch. Meanwhile analysts have predicted that Apple could release a low-end VR headset by 2025.

In the coming months, Apple is expected to release several new products, including the iPhone 15 and the AR/VR headset. The company typically keeps its new devices under wraps until their official launch. However , some industry experts predict that this year’s releases could include several firsts, such as iPhones with USB-C and a 15-inch MacBook Air. Other devices, such as AirPods, Apple TVs, and iPads, are not expected to undergo major changes compared to their current iterations.

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