Apple AR Headset Set to Launch at WWDC Next Month With Capabilities Slated to ‘Far Exceed’ The Competition

Apple's AR Headset has faced numerous delays over the past few years and the company is finally expected to announce the product soon. A new report suggests that Apple will launch its highly anticipated AR Headset at its upcoming WWDC 2023 event. The device is reportedly packed with many features that will set it apart from the competition. Scroll down to read more details on the subject.
Apple's AR Headset set to launch at WWDC next month despite production delays
The information is shared by The Wall Street Journal , highlighting Apple's plans to launch its AR Headset at the WWDC event on June 5. If you are not familiar, the latest report states that the device will feature a design that resembles ski goggles with an external battery pack that will be connected through a wire. Potentially, you will be able to detach the battery pack to charge it before connecting it to the headset. This is not the first time we hear details on the AR Headset's features as other sources such as Bloomberg and Ming-Chi Kuo have coined similar attributes.
The publication also notes that Apple will not begin mass production until later this year, Despite the production issues, Apple's AR Headset is still expected to launch at the company's WWDC 2023 event. A leaker also noted on Twitter that according to his source in Taiwan and the United States, mass production of the company's AR Headset will not begin until September due to manufacturing delays. Apple will announce the iPhone 15 series in September and potentially after the launch, mass production of the mixed-reality headset will improve.

As for the functionality, Apple's AR Headset will 'far exceed' the competition and potentially cater to a wide range of categories. It was previously noted that the headset will greatly focus on communication, entertainment, and gaming. Furthermore, we heard last week that Apple's headset will be able to run a version of Apple's Final Cut Pro editing software. However, it remains to be seen what will be the unique selling point of Apple's AR Headset.
Be sure to take the word with a grain of salt since the final word rests with Apple. Apple is also expected to announce its larger 15.5-inch MacBook Air with an M2 chip at its WWDC 2023 event. However, the highlight of the event will be the company's iOS 17, watchOS 10, and a boatload of other software updates. Take note that the final word rests with Apple and it could see fit to delay the headset again. Henceforth, be sure to take the news with a grain of salt. Share your views with us in the comments.
Written by Ali Salman

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