Apple Targeting 2020 Release For Wireless VR/AR Headset

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I have no doubts about Tibken's reporting-Apple has very likely been working on AR and VR glasses and headset designs for the past few years.

Apple looks set to throw its competition beyond voice computing wars as the company aims to have a great lead in the virtual reality field. Everything would be built into Apple's headset and box, the person said.

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The report further mentions the project that is internally referred to as "T288" and was hinted in some of the reports back in 2017. Google is also working towards developing a VR headset with high resolution 120 Hz display that will be released by the Cupertino tech giant next month.

A good news for the Apple aficionados given that apple has now made a decision to venture into the virtual reality devices as reports speak about its intent to of shipping a virtual reality headset by 2020.the device is supposedly to have dual 6k displays. Much details of the project code-named T288 was not released by the only source of the information, a person "familiar with Apple's plans", only a few ambitious-looking specs. Apple may announce it before the expected date or at a later one, things are not decided yet.

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Coming back to the headset being developed by Apple, it has been reported that it will come with a dedicated box which will be connected to it.

Apple's tryst with AR and VR aren't new. Which is finally making headlines in reality. The future machines and robotic science have already begun using the AR based machines. The headset will purportedly use an 8K display for each eye and will not be tethered to a computer or smartphone. It would connect wirelessly to a chunk of hardware like a small tower, which would contain powerful processors to power the experience.

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Virtual reality isn't a natural fit for mobile the way that augmented reality is. This box is said to run on a custom Apple processor more advanced than current chipsets thanks to a 5nm SoC.

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