Recently, we’ve heard a lot about Apple reality Pro headset. Apple is reportedly working on three augmented reality and virtual reality headsets, not just one.
Bloomberg’s Apple reporter Mark Gurman said Apple is working on three AR/ VR headsets, and the first one could be branded “Apple Reality Pro.” Bloomberg’s Power On newsletter says three Apple headphones with codenames “N301,” “N602,” and “N421” are in development.
The N30 is said to be Apple’s high-end riva to Meta’s Quest Pro headset. The N602 may be a cheaper successor to the initial Apple’s Reality Pro headset. Apple’s N421 augmented reality glasses may not ship for some years, according to a report.
Gurman’s latest report
Gurman said in his latest “Power On” email that Apple is working on headphones with the codes “N301,” “N602,” and “N421.” Furthermore, Gurman thinks the N301 will be know “Apple Reality Pro.” Meta’s Quest Pro headset is “Apple Reality Pro’s high-end competition.” The N602 may be cheaper than the initial Apple’s Reality Pro headset. Gurman suggested Apple’s N421 augmented reality glasses may be delay.
Gurman’s most recent report is the first solid sign of what Apple’s first headset might be called. It’s important to note that the name “Reality Pro” matches what Apple has recently filed for as a trademark. Bloomberg said last week that Apple has trademarked a number of words that thought to be related to its upcoming headset devices. These words include “Reality Processor,” “Reality Pro,” and “Reality One.”
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple will announce its first headset as early as January of next year. Moreover, it could have two 4K micro-OLED displays, 15 optical modules, two main processors, Wi-Fi 6E connectivity, eye tracking, object tracking, and hand gesture controls. It’s still not clear how much the device will cost, but some reports say it could be around $3,000.