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Apple’s Mixed Reality Glasses: Not Metaverse-Focused

According to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, known for his accurate insights about Apple, the tech giant’s upcoming mixed reality glasses are not expected to primarily focus on the metaverse concept.

This diverges from the trend set by many other technology brands, notably Facebook (now Meta), which consider the metaverse as the future of technology and augmented reality.

Apple's Mixed Reality Glasses: Not Metaverse-Focused

Despite the rising popularity of the metaverse, as highlighted in various articles and discussions, Apple’s approach with its mixed reality glasses seems to be different.

The glasses, set to combine both virtual and augmented reality technologies, are primarily aimed at gaming, communication, and content consumption.

Gurman notes that these glasses will not be intended for all-day use, which suggests they may not be fully aligned with the immersive and continuous experience typically associated with metaverse platforms.

As for the technical aspects, Apple’s mixed reality glasses are expected to be introduced in 2022. Speculations suggest that they might feature an Apple M-series processor and a high-resolution display.

Regarding pricing, it’s anticipated that the glasses could be priced around $3,000. More detailed information about these glasses and their capabilities is likely to emerge upon their official introduction.


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