Covered in rumors about Apple’s mixed reality headset for months, it’s new report from BloombergMark Gorman indicates that it can come with Apple’s flagship M2 processor. According to Gurman, Apple’s latest version of the device, which is said to be able to offer augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences, includes an M2 core chip and 16GB of RAM.
This deviates from the supply chain analyst Former Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that the Apple headset would do just that You have a single processor with M1 capabilities and an additional low-end processor dedicated to processing data from the device’s sensors. While Gurman did not mention the alleged secondary slide in this report, multiple slides were also rumored to have been set previous report from the information.
If Apple originally planned to use the M1 as the headphone’s primary processor, it would make sense for the company to replace it with the latest iteration of its internal chipset. Apple announced the new M2 chip at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) earlier this month, and says it offers an 18 percent faster CPU and 35 percent faster GPU compared to the older M1 chip.
Rumors about the device’s standalone form factor are also starting to emerge, and Gorman’s prediction that it will include 16GB of RAM may indicate a stronger performance level than Meta Quest 2 All in One. The Meta VR headset comes with 6GB of RAM and a Snapdragon XR2 platform, so it’ll be interesting to see how Apple’s headset compares when it’s finally released.
There have been signs that the Apple headset is getting close Rumored for a launch window in January 2023. An apple The board reportedly got a chance to try out the headset in May. RealityOS, the operating system the headset will be using, Also featured in Apple Code and in Trademark application likely to be submitted by the company.
last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed the existence of the headset When I tell the interviewers in china daily “Stay tuned and see what we have to offer” in the mixed reality space.
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