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    Apple will potentially release a second-generation AR headset in the first half of 2025

    According to a new report, while the first generation device will have high-end specs, the next generation model is expected to be an affordable option.

    Renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a new blog post on Medium that Apple’s forthcoming second-generation AR headset could have a high-quality, affordable variant launching in the first half of 2025.

    The company plans to hold a special event in January 2023 to showcase the first generation augmented reality headset to the world. Initially, the headset is expected to be expensive, but the company may later announce a more affordable option.

    We previously heard that the Apple AR/VR headset will cost over $3,000. We have also previously heard details about the computing power of a headset with performance comparable to the M2 chip. In addition, it can have 16GB of RAM to handle multiple applications in AR and VR.

    In addition, references to realityOS were previously found in the source code. Although it does not describe the features hidden in the system, we can assume that Apple is indeed working on the software side of the AR headset as well. It was also previously reported that the headset would revolve around entertainment and gaming.

    I wonder who will eventually be willing to buy a $3,000 virtual reality helmet to play games.

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