Apple’s VR headset might come with dual 8K screens and cost $3,000

Apple’s VR headset

There have been a number of speculations and rumours about the virtual reality headset by Apple and as per a latest report, it will come with a possible price range but also an idea about how it might look like. 

According to report The Information, the device is expected to feature 8K displays and more than a dozen cameras. Apart from this, the headset will be quite costly and its price can go as high as $3,000 (approx Rs 2,18,000).

Further, Apple is said to be working on the mixed-reality headset and has quoted a person with direct knowledge of the device. The product could come with ultra-high-resolution 8K display ability and eye-tracking technology. It will also come with more than a dozen cameras. These will help capture the video of the real world and it will also help track the hand movements precisely.

Apart from this, there is an older report that quotes an older report by Bloomberg which says that the device being made of mesh fabric in place of plastic in order to make it lightweight. The report also says that the headset has been designed to work as a standalone device and this means could it will also be able to operate on a cell instead of requiring support from any charging portal on the wall or a Mac. The report goes on to say that the headset will include a fan and come with a powerful processor.

A massive processor, fan and lightweight fabric are all included which means that the product will be a high-end price range and the report suggests it to be around $3,000.

The portal also shared a rendering of the Apple headset and this could be based on the “internal Apple images of a late-stage prototype from last year”.

The other speculations and rumours about the device include a “thimble-like device” which could act as a control interface for the user, a mix of eye and hand-tracking tech. Apart from this, it will also have the ability to pass video of the real world to the user in real-time etc.

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