Ming-Chi Kuo: Apple to equip mixed reality helmet with 15 cameras

Chinese analyst Ming-Chi Kuo continues to release details about Apple’s upcoming mixed reality headset.

This time, Kuo said that the novelty will be able to boast of 15 cameras. Their supplier will be the Taiwanese company Largan. Eight modules will be responsible for augmented reality imaging, six for “innovative biometrics” and one for environmental detection. In addition, the novelty will be equipped with several chips and even a cooling system with fans.

Recall that the helmet is also credited with a Sony Micro-OLED display, support for proprietary services and a price tag of around $ 1,000. Now Apple is testing a prototype of the device, which weighs 200-300 grams, but by the release in 2022, the gadget will try to lighten up to 100-200 grams.

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