While the launch date of the first Apple’s AR/VR headset remains uncertain, according to some rumors, the American company is already working on it second generation. Not only that, it seems that Apple is also planning an entry-level, and therefore economical, version of the viewer. But we won’t talk about it for many years.

Renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, a prolific analyst who often tries to anticipate — often with the support of internal sources — Apple’s future moves, hypothesizes the apple’s future plans and then reveals it to the public.

From the analysis of Ming Chi Kuo’ An interesting fact emerges: Apple foresees a two-year release cycle for its virtual reality products. A new product every 24 months. So if the first AR/VR headset hits the market in 2023 – sensational surprises aside – we’ll have to wait until 2025 for the second generation.

The second headset should resume the features of the first but offer superior specs and components. For starters, it will have a much more powerful processor.

Apple, the analyst continues, plans to accompany the launch of the second viewer with another product, this time designed for the masses. A relatively affordable viewer – relatively speaking -. The latter viewer is likely to resume the features of the product that will be presented in a few months, which by 2025 will be obsolete and therefore less attractive than the second generation.

Source: Lega Nerd

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