Apple will hold its WWDC 2023 developer conference on June 6 at 1 a.m. and, as is its custom, bring some hardware.
Comprehensive current multi-party news, Apple’s first AR/VR headset will debut, convenient developers in advance to carry out various functions of the adaptation development.
According to an update from screen analyst Ross Young, he has confirmed that Apple’s first headset will feature two 1.4-inch Micro OLED (OLED on Silicon) screens with a creepy brightness of over 5,000 nits, 4,000 PPI and 4K resolution for each screen.
This is also consistent with previous “8K” revelations, proving the reliability of previous information.
According to previous leaks, the product will be called Reality Pro and will start mass production as early as June, with mass production in December.
The new product also has advanced eye-tracking technology, equipped with up to 15 cameras to accurately identify and track the eyeballs, making the experience reach the peak at the present stage.
However, the price will be far higher than other products such as iPhone, which is expected to reach 3,000 dollars, that is, more than 20,000 yuan. It is bound to be a relatively niche ultra-high-end product.