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Apple finally set to unveil its long-awaited augmented reality headset at WWDC next week

There have been numerous reports and leaks over the past few years claiming that Apple is working on an augmented reality headset. The rumors have been further fueled by the company’s acquisition of a number of AR and VR companies.

Most recently, respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that the headset has been delayed yet again and is now not expected to be ready for mass production until 2022. This has led to speculation that Apple may not debut the headset at next week’s WWDC after all.

However, despite the delays, it is still believed that Apple is planning to show off the headset at WWDC. The company is said to be targeting a late 2021 or early 2022 launch for the device.

The headset is rumored to be a standalone AR device that will run on a new processor designed specifically for AR. It is also said to feature a high-resolution display and advanced eye tracking.

While the headset is not expected to be ready for consumers anytime soon, it could give us a glimpse into Apple’s AR plans. The company has been investing heavily in the technology and is said to be working on a number of AR and VR projects.

So, even though the headset may not be ready for prime time, it is still likely to be an exciting announcement at WWDC.

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