Pictures Of Apple’s AR/VR Headset Leak With More Details

Apple continues to work on getting its first mixed reality headset into the market, with some believing that it will be announced at WWDC23 in June. A new leak shows what are said to be parts from the unannounced product.

The parts have already leaked once of course, but these photos are much clearer than the ones we saw previously.

They’re shared on Twitter by leaker Sonny Dickson who didn’t make any comment beyond posting the actual photos to his timeline.

The images show what appear to be ribbon cables that are shaped in such a way to fit around someone’s eyes. That suggests that they will be used in some sort of goggles, a form factor long thought to be the one Apple will use for the claimed Reality Pro headset.

These ribbon cables look likely to be connectors for the two 4K displays that will power the headset, again assuming previous leaks are accurate.

An ongoing rumor, the Apple headset promises to be a polarizing product. Set to cost at least $3,000, the headset is said to be big and heavy while also using a hip-mounted battery that only lasts for around two hours per charge. That sounds like a hard sell unless Apple has some software magic up its sleeve.

If the rumors are true, WWDC23 will answer a lot of questions surrounding this headset. Even if it’s announced in June it seems unlikely to go on sale at that time, however.

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