Apple’s AR headset could cost $2000, will compete with Meta’s Project Cambria: Report
Apple’s future AR/VR headset could be in the price range of $2000, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. The headset is reportedly set to make an appearance in 2022.
Apple’s future headset could cost close to $2000 and might compete with Meta’s Cambria. (Image of Apple logo via AP)
Apple’s future AR/VR headset could be in the price range of $2000, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman who has mentioned new details in his newsletter PowerOn. Gurman expects Apple’s headset to make an appearance in 2022, and he’s predicting it will come just a few months after Meta (formerly Facebook) launches its own headset, which is so far known as Project Cambria. Gurman says both devices will be direct challengers for users looking to jump into the metaverse.
Zuckerberg had given a glimpse of Project Cambria during the Meta announcement. He had said that the product would be more expensive, and come with the more “advanced technologies.” In a blog post the company had said the headset would include “improved social presence, colour Passthrough, pancake optics,” and this was not a successor to the existing Oculus Rift 2 or 3.