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Latest News on Apple Ar Headset
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Nov 29, 2019
Apple reportedly granted patent for AR headphones with augmented stereo surroundThe augmented virtual positioning will enable users to hear people based on their location within a room.
Nov 12, 2019
Apple to release its first AR headset in 2022 followed by AR glasses in 2023: ReportAccording to the report, Apple's AR headset is codenamed N301 and looks like a slim version of the Oculus Quest VR headset
Nov 04, 2019
Apple has reportedly partnered with Valve to release AR headset in 2020Expected to release in the second half, the Apple AR headset could be assembled by Taiwanese companies.
Oct 22, 2019
Apple is reportedly already working to launch its AR headset next yearThe headset will reportedly work in tandem with the iPhone to display text messages, emails, maps, and even games.
Oct 10, 2019
Apple to release iPhone SE 2 and new iPad Pro in Q1 2020, AR headset to come in Q2: Ming-Chi KuoApple will reportedly collaborate with ‘third-party brands’ to release the first round of AR headsets.
Jun 01, 2018
Apple WWDC 2018 might not see any new MacBook, iPad Pro, iPhone or any other hardware launch: ReportIt is rumoured that no hardware will be launched at WWDC this year, therefore quashing rumours about a new iPhone being launched at the event.
Nov 09, 2017
Apple is working on reality OS-powered AR headset; plans to announce it by 2019 with sales set for 2020Apple is also reportedly testing different methods for controlling the headsets such as touchscreens and voice activation using Siri.
Mar 21, 2017
Apple CEO Tim Cook believes that AR will be bigger than the iPhone, but building a device won't be easyWhile most of the buzz in the technology space surrounds virtual reality, Apple appears to be focussing entirely on augmented reality.
Sep 16, 2016
Tim Cook thinks AR is "incredibly interesting," poaches engineers from Magic Leap and OculusIt’s now come to light that Apple has poached top engineers from Magic Leap and Oculus to work on some sort of augmented reality technology.