The development of Apple's mixed reality headset operating system is coming to an end soon
Apple's mixed reality headset has been in the news for a long time, and it is very likely that we will see its unveiling in 2023. A new report from the prominent news agency "Bloomberg" shows that Apple continues to increase the hiring of teams working on mixed reality and virtual reality technology. For example, this company has re-hired one of its former engineers who left Apple last year. Grow
Mark Gorman, the famous and veteran journalist of this news agency, in the latest edition of his weekly newsletter "Power On", some of the areas that Apple is focusing on as it approaches It is considering the possible release of its new product in 2023. First, the analyst noted that the development of the first version of the operating system that will run on the mixed reality headset nicknamed "Oak" is nearing completion. Gorman says that in this way, we should prepare for the launch of a new Apple product next year.
While Apple has cut back on hiring amid economic woes, it's still looking for people to join teams working on mixed reality and virtual reality headsets. Apple continues to make changes to the team working on the mixed reality headset, known as the Apple Technology development Group, or "TDG." For example, the company is looking for a programmer with experience in visual effects and game development who can develop its digital content for augmented and virtual reality environments.
Rumors also indicate that Apple is looking for Creating a video service for headsets with 3D content that can be played in virtual reality. Additionally, the company wants to bring third-party apps to its mixed reality headset. The American technology giant is looking for engineers to work on the Intents platform for services such as Shortcuts, Search, Siri, etc., to design and implement possible ways to transfer them to the world of mixed reality.
The company also To develop its technology group, it has hired engineers to work on building tools and frameworks to enable connected experiences in the 3D world of mixed reality. As Gorman points out, it's more like a virtual environment like Metaverse.
Apple has hired Dave Scott, its former CEO, who worked on the company's Project Titan self-driving car team until 2021. has been re-employed. On the Project Titan team, Scott was responsible for teams working on automotive-related robotics. Given Scott's background in the fields of medical technology and robotics, Bloomberg says his re-collaboration could bring some of Apple's health applications into the world of augmented reality.
According to the mixed reality headset rumors, Apple has completed the second phase of its rigorous engineering tests to ensure that the prototypes of these products meet Apple's intended design goals and specifications. As it seems, we will probably see the unveiling of the headset in January, after which tools will be sent to developers within 2-4 weeks after the event.
It is said that the pre-sale of The headset will launch in the second quarter of 2023, and users will be able to purchase the headset before Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference next year. The beating heart of this new Apple product will be two processors including a 5nm chip and a 4nm chip, each made by TSMC. According to Mark Gorman, the price of Apple's mixed reality headset will be more than 2000 dollars and will come with at least 15 cameras and two 8K displays.
- Mass production of Apple's mixed reality headset will begin around March.