Analyst believes Apple headset "highly likely" to be announced at WWDC 2023 after all


For years, the Apple AR/VR headset has been a subject of much speculation. Its launch date has been delayed multiple times, and a rumour in February suggested another delay. But now, a reliable source believes that we could see it by next month.

Analyst Ming-chi Kuo suggests Apple will most likely announce the Apple headset at WWDC 2023. The annual developer's conference is set to run from 5 to 9 June 2023, and should also feature other products like MacBooks. Allegedly, it will be a new 15-inch MacBook Air with the Apple M2 chip.

Besides that, Kuo provided a list of the main components to the Apple headset. The device is said to feature micro OLED displays (for the lenses) from Sony, dual processors, 12 camera modules, and an external power supply. In addition, the dual processors are expected to be the Apple M2 chip, so the headset should perform very well.

If the analyst is right, that's good news for fans who have been waiting to see this headset. Are you excited to finally see what Apple plans to do with it? Let us know in the comments and stay tuned to TechNave for more updates about it.