• Apple's First AR Headset Expected In 2022 With Mac-Level Computing Power

    9 days ago - By Ubergizmo

    It's no secret that Apple believes augmented reality is the future. The company has made various investments into AR tech, and there have been rumors that they are working on a headset for the future. That future might not be too far off because according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he claims that Apple's AR headset could launch in the later part of 2022. Kuo goes on to claim that the AR headset will feature a pair of chipsets, one of which is apparently based on the M1 chipset Apple launched for its Mac computers towards the end of 2020. One of the chipsets will be more powerful and will act...
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  • You don't want to miss this Black Friday M1 Mac mini for just $649

    You don't want to miss this Black Friday M1 Mac mini for just $649

    9 days ago - By iMore

    Raw M1 power that won't break the bank!
    You do not want to miss this M1 Mac mini deal at B&H. The M1 Mac mini is a tiny computing powerhouse from Apple that runs macOS Monterey on Apple's blistering first iteration of its own silicon chip, and its price makes it even better value than some of the best Black Friday MacBook deals .
    Today B&H is offering it at a Black Friday special of just $649, $50 off the usual price. If you need more storage you can also find it in 512GB at Amazon for just $779 , a $120 saving.
    M1 power!
    Apple Mac mini 8GB 256GB| $50 off at B&H Photo
    Apple's Mac mini is a...
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  • Top analyst says iPhone has 10 years left before it is replaced by AR

    Top analyst says iPhone has 10 years left before it is replaced by AR

    9 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Reliable TF International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo sent a note to clients with a copy of important forecasts about Apple's mixed-reality headset, which he seesgetting unveiled late next year.
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  • Kuo: Apple plans to replace the iPhone with AR in 10 years

    Kuo: Apple plans to replace the iPhone with AR in 10 years

    9 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    On the same note that Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says the company will launch a new AR headset in 2022 , he also predicts that the iPhone will live for as long as 10 more years and, after that, Apple will replace it with AR.
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  • Big Apple AR leak says it will launch next year with M1 Mac-level power

    Big Apple AR leak says it will launch next year with M1 Mac-level power

    9 days ago - By iMore

    Let's go!
    What you need to know
    Ming-Chi Kuo says the Apple AR headset is coming next year.
    It will feature levels of power similar to the M1 Mac.
    Kuo says Apple wants to replace the iPhone with AR in 10 years.
    A new report from famed Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo claims Apple's AR/VR headset will come out at the end of 2022 and feature the computing power of Apple's MacBook Air with M1 and 13-inch MacBook Pro with M1 .
    In a great start to the Black Friday weekend, a note seen by iMore from Kuo states:
    Apple will launch AR headsets in 2022, which will use processors with the same level of...
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  • Kuo: Apple's AR headset to launch in 2022 with Mac-level computing power, will operate without the iPhone

    Kuo: Apple's AR headset to launch in 2022 with Mac-level computing power, will operate without the iPhone

    9 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    In a note to investors seen by 9to5Mac , Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo details a bit more of the company's long-rumored AR headset project, which is said to launch in 2022.
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  • Kuo: Apple AR Headset Coming in Late 2022 With Mac-Level Computing Power

    Kuo: Apple AR Headset Coming in Late 2022 With Mac-Level Computing Power

    9 days ago - By Mac Rumors

    Apple's long-rumored augmented reality headset project is set to bear its first fruit late next year with the launch of the first device carrying a pair of processors to support its high-end capabilities, according to a new research report from noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo seen by MacRumors .
    According to Kuo, the higher-end main processor is said to be similar to the M1 chip Apple introduced for its first set of Apple silicon Macs last year, while a lower-end processor will manage the sensor-related aspects of the device.
    Kuo says the initial AR headset will be able to operate independently...
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