Kuo: Apple to Launch High
to discuss game-changing hardware coming from Apple
Apple is set to launch a new version of its headset in 2025, and this time, there will be two models to choose from: a high-end option and a low-end option. This news comes from well-connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a solid track record when it comes to Apple predictions.
The high-end headset will be aimed at delivering an “immersive AR/VR experience” with “high resolution and field of view.” It will also have eye-tracking and motion-sensing capabilities, along with a new display technology that Apple is apparently working on. This all sounds very impressive, but it will come at a price – Kuo expects the high-end headset to cost around $3,000.
The low-end headset, on the other hand, will be more focused on AR features and will be more affordable, with a price tag of around $300. This is still quite expensive, but it’s a lot more reasonable than the high-end option.
It’s exciting to see Apple working on new hardware, and the fact that there will be two different models to choose from is impressive. However, there are some concerns about the high price tag of the high-end model. It remains to be seen whether Apple will be able to convince people to spend that much money on a headset, but we will have to wait and see how it all turns out.