According to the latest rumors, Apple’s new AR/VR headset may require users to use it in conjunction with the AirPods Pro 2.
The information comes after it was discovered that the headset processor will be synchronized with the chip currently integrated into the headphone model.
Apple: AR/VR headset may require the use of AirPods Pro 2
Apple’s new headset could be released in the first quarter of 2023 Credit: Pixabay
Apparently, it will now be in the first quarter of 2023 that Apple will officially present its new AR/VR headset, which will have a high price between 2,000 and 3,000 dollars (1,890 and 2,830 euros).
In practice, the headset will lead users to environments that are not real, but are quite immersive, through Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. In these environments, users can live experiences that, in principle, they do not do in real life, such as flying a plane.
The expectation around the new headset is increasing and the rumors increase in number and intensity. Now, the North American communication body The Information is advancing that the headset will need the AirPods Pro 2 headphones for a complete experience.
All because the media discovered that the headset’s processor – which could be called Reality One or Reality Pro – will be synchronized with the H2 chip, present in Apple’s headphone model.
The same source adds that the AirPods Pro 2 include a low latency hidden transmission mode which suggests that to use the new headset you need the AirPods headphones to communicate with other people.
As it should be, the new headset will have integrated speakers, but these allow other people to hear all the conversations. Now to avoid this situation of unwanted listeners, Apple may require that the headset be used in conjunction with the AirPods 2 Pro, for security reasons.
The same source also advances with the possibility that the plans for the AirPods Pro will change exactly to be combined with Apple’s new AR / VR headset.
Quite possibly, in the coming weeks more rumors will provide other details about one of Apple’s most talked about devices.
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