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Apple May include More Affordable Option For The Next-Gen AR/VR Headset -Kuo

Apple intends to dispatch its second-generation AR/VR headset in the first half of 2025.

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  • Shipments may reach 10 million units in 2025 or 2026 due to the biological system and second-generation Apple AR/VR item division procedure.
  • Apple has not yet shipped its most iconic AR/VR headset, Kuo recently revealed that the company plans to host a special event to showcase the device in January 2023.
  • The most iconic headset from Apple is expected to be an expensive one, costing upwards of $3,000.

Apple intends to release its second-generation AR/VR headset in the first half of 2025, highlighting an all-new high-quality design and another reasonable option, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said today.

However, while publishing on his profound blog, Kuo stated the following:

The second-age Apple AR/VR might have top-of-the-line and more-reasonable models, which will be sent off in 1H25, and part providers will begin delivering in 2H24. Because of the second-age Apple AR/VR item division procedure and biological system, shipments might arrive at 10 million units in 2025 or 2026.

Apple has not yet delivered its most memorable AR/VR headset but plans to hold a unique occasion to showcase the item during January of 2023, Kuo has recently detailed.

Apple’s most memorable headset is set to be a costly item, costing upwards of $3,000. Another reasonable choice would assist Apple with making its headset more standard and increase shipments by and large to 10 million by 2025 or 2026, as per the examiner.

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