Apple is working on a virtual reality headset, but it’s not exactly what you think, and it’s going to cost more than you think.
This is according to a new Bloomberg report, which claims Apple’s first-ever headset will be a niche product, focusing principally on virtual reality employments such as gaming, video, and chatting. Augmented reality functionality — which Apple CEO Tim Cook formerly said was more important than VR — “il be there”, but in a limited fashion.
The price of this invention will be high, much higher than you’d expect from a mass-market product. The report doesn’t have accurate numerals, but belief the headset would be “far more expensive” than challenger headsets, which series from $300 to $900. Apple might look to only sell one of these headsets per daylight per sales outlet, the report claims, which would be approximately 180,000 sections on a yearly basis. This, again, connotes a high price: Apple sells approximately that numerous Mac Pro computers per year, Bloomberg says, and the Mac Pro beginning at $5,999. Read more …
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