It looks like we’re already starting to get a flow of reports in about Apple’s next generation of AR/VR headset, you know – the device that isn’t announced yet. Yeah. This report is about that.
In a report from The Elec, we’ve learned that Apple is looking to make the future generation of AR/VR headset even more immersive than the one that still isn’t here yet.
The Elec says that Apple is asking Samsung and LG to produce displays that provide 3500ppi, which is an increase from a previous request of 2800ppi that should be present in the first generation of AR/VR headset.
Cupertino likely wants to increase the immersion consumers feel from its first mixed reality device that will debut next year, they added. OLEDoS uses silicon instead of glass as the substrate for the panel and is touted as the technology for microdisplays that can be used in mixed and virtual reality devices.The Elec
The Elec’s report also notes that Apple is seeking to use OLEDoS tech for the AR/VR headset, which is superior as far as immersive display tech is concerned.
This AR/VR headset is still very elusive, with no locked-in announcement or release date in sight. However, we have continuously been getting reports on the development of this friggin’ thing for months now, so feel free to read up on the rumors and reports we’ve published so far.
Don’t worry guys, I’m sure we’ll get concrete info about it AT SOME POINT. It looks like we may even see Apple’s AR/VR headset announced as soon as January, but who the hell knows.