These Apple VR/AR headset rumors could make me a virtual reality convert

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These Apple VR/AR headset rumors could make me a virtual reality convert

Seeing the latest Apple VR/AR headset rumors might have finally convinced me that augmented and virtual reality are going to become as central to our lives as everyone crowing about the metaverse is saying. That AR/VR future may not happen with the arrival of Apple’s first headset, but I can see myself as a regular user soon enough if the rumored features are true.

I’ve tried VR gaming several times already, and while it’s enjoyable enough, it’s not hooked me quite yet. But after reading The Information (opens in new tab)‘s two-part report looking into Apple’s development of its first AR device, I may be approaching a change of heart on VR based on the hardware and software that Apple is supposedly working on.

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The N301, as the Apple headset is apparently known internally, is an all-in-one headset (like the Oculus Quest 2), which already appeals because less computing power is a far smaller sacrifice than being tethered to a separate processor. So do the 4K displays for each eye that you’ll find on the inside for crisp visuals, and the chipset apparently based on the Apple M2 chip. But while I like the sound of these features, there are three that caught my attention and made me start to rethink my position.

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