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Apple mixed-reality headset could sport two 8K display, cost $3,000

Claiming to have seen internal images of a late-stage prototype, The Information says a mixed-reality headset Apple is developing will be equipped with more than a dozen cameras for tracking hand movements and showing video of the real world to people wearing it, along with ultra-high-resolution 8K displays and advanced technology for tracking eye-tracking technology.

Furthermore, quoting an unnamed “person with direct knowledge of the device,” the article says the headset will sport a sleek, curved visor attached to a user’s face by a mesh material and swappable headbands. The Information adds that there’ll be multiple ways to control the headset, including a “thimble-like device to be worn on a person’s finger.” 

The Apple Glasses (assuming it’s called that) would also be able to respond to the wearer’s eye movements and hand gestures. And one prototype of the headset also had a physical dial on the side of the visor, according to The Information.

The article adds that the headset could ship as early as 2022. But don’t expect it to be inexpensive. According to The Information, “Apple reportedly discussed pricing the device around US$3,000.” Yikes!

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the news editor of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.