Mentioned in our pages for quite a while (and more and more frequently in recent months), Apple's very first mixed reality headset - virtual reality and augmented reality - is on track to be presented on June 5th. at the manufacturer's annual WWDC conference.
Apple Reality Pro headsets nearing completion?
In any case, this is what the Economic Daily News of Taiwan, whose ears hang out on the Asian production lines, suggests. The device would be in the delivery phase on the supply chain, and more precisely at GIS, a subsidiary of Foxconn, Apple's largest Taiwanese partner. In particular, GIS takes care of the final preparation phases for the lamination of the lenses of the helmet, dubbed Reality Pro. Note that GIS already has experience laminating iPad screens.
Apple Reality One headsets nearing completion?
You should also know that another headset is in development at Apple, less expensive and nicknamed Reality One. Apple's Reality Pro headset is said to have been in active development for seven years, twice as long as the iPhone before its launch. Apple still expects to sell about a million this year despite a suspected sale price of around $3,000.