Rumors of Apple working on some kind of mixed reality headset are far from fresh but a new report has shared more information about how the project has struggled to ship a product. According to that report, and to deal with concerns from people on the team, Apple may be putting an external display on the headset so that people can see what you look like.
Apple's rumored to be readying a mixed reality headset launch for this year and a new report by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that it will require the same 96W USB-C power adapter as the current MacBook Pro.
Apple's first mixed reality headset will still come in 2022, according to a new research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Expectations are that the headset will ship in small quantities towards the end of the year, leaving the device difficult to get hold of for those who are keen to see what Apple has been working on.
The rumored Apple Glass project is now expected to see its first mixed reality headset be announced as soon as WWDC 2022, but while we might think we know a bit about the product already it turns out there could be a big surprise. According to a new report, Apple could be set to pack three screens — not the traditional two — into this thing.