More recently, the respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had reason to believe that Apple would introduce the long-awaited virtual reality headset at the end of January, and then bring it to the market a few months later. Now the expert believes that a number of problems with the preparation of the device for the announcement will best change its official debut to spring of this year.
According to Ming-Chi Kuo, a physics and software problem will make the initial mass of the augmented reality device have to be postponed to the second or third quarter of this year. Due to the new level of preparations, it can happen either in spring at a special event, or in June at the standard WWDC developer conference.
There are several different types of assumptions regarding the augmented reality devices. Some sources say it’ll cost between 2000 and 3,000 dollars and be equipped with ten cameras that will be directed to the outside world and to the users eyes. The newbie at WWDC would’ve allowed simultaneous show in action applications developed for such a device to increase the interest of potential buyers.
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