Technology giant Apple will soon enter the smart glasses market. New information from the mixed reality glasses, which will be the company’s first product in this market, reveals the release date of the device.
Being a huge name in many product segments with iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, AirPods and Mac products, Apple will soon enter a new market. The smart glasses/caps market, which is an immature and unpopular market, has been among Apple’s work for a long time. Apple, which will soon receive the first fruit of the work carried out within the company, will bring us its first product for this segment before the end of the year. So when will Apple’s mixed reality helmet be introduced?
Mixed Reality Glasses To Be Introduced In Spring
Mark Gurman, known for his sources close to Apple, shared important information about the company’s first glasses in the Power On news bulletin. According to Gurman, Apple will officially unveil the mixed reality glasses in the spring ahead of WWDC, and the device will go on sale in the fall of 2023. In addition, Gurman stated that the device is normally planned to be introduced in January, but Apple had to postpone the introduction.
According to Gurman, the prototype of the mixed reality glasses has been distributed to several developers, but the device still has hardware and software problems. It is also reported that the company has recruited staff from other projects within the company to quickly solve these problems, and therefore other projects may be postponed. Gurman’s posts about mixed reality glasses match the information from Ming-Chi Kuo. The mixed reality helmet/goggles, which will likely be introduced in the spring, will be further detailed at WWDC and will go on sale later in the year.