By Aashish Verma
Apple is developing at least three augmented-reality and virtual-reality headsets, the first of which will most likely be called "Apple Reality Pro."
Three Headsets are under development with the codes "N301," "N602," and "N421."
N301, will be called "Apple Reality Pro." According to reports, it will act as a "high-end rival" to Meta's planned Quest Pro headset.
The N602 model will be the successor to the initial model "and maybe a little less expensive," -- Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst, discussed the second iteration of Apple's MR headset in July.
Finally, according to Bloomberg's Gurman, the N421 model represents "Apple's long-held goal of augmented reality spectacles," though he does not anticipate it will be released anytime soon.
– Two 4K micro-OLED display – 15 optical module – Two main processor – Wi-Fi 6E connectivity – Eye tracking – Object tracking – Hand gesture control
Apple intends to unveil its first headset as early as January of next year, with an unknown price tag, but some estimates indicate that it could cost around $3,000 USD.