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Apple is looking to create a video service for the headset that features 3D content that can be played in virtual reality
There has been information that the American company “Apple” is currently busy developing
Its flagship product, a mixed reality headset, with which it hopes to usher in a new era of computing.
And “Apple” is working to add to the new headset features that outperform other augmented reality glasses, including a new operating system that launches
It’s called RealOS, which will include mixed reality versions of core Apple apps such as Messages, FaceTime and Maps, according to Bloomberg.
Apple is also looking to create a video service for the headset that features 3D content that can be played in virtual reality.
This exclusive feature comes after the American company acquired the “NextVR” company in 2020, which entered into a partnership with artists and professional sports leagues to transfer virtual reality content to headsets.
As for the prices, the price of the headset is likely to range between 2000 and 3000 USD, as it is an advanced product.
It features the M2 chip, more than 10 cameras on the outside and inside the device, and the highest-resolution screens ever in a large headset.
As for its possible name, it is likely that the “Apple” glasses for mixed reality will bear the names “Reality Pro” and “Reality One”.