Will Apple’s AR/VR headset launch at the September 7 event?

As Apple has done for a number of recent events, the company has once again released a easter eggs in augmented reality for his next special event. To celebrate and immerse us in the world of conspiracy theory, the company has released an augmented reality experience as part of the announcement.

Apple’s September “Far Out” event, where the all-new iPhone 14 (as well as derivatives) will be launched, will be the occasion to present the virtual reality and augmented reality headset ( AR/VR) that we have been talking about for a long time? As of this writing, Apple has yet to say anything official. But some high-profile analysts are sharing their predictions about the release of its AR/VR headset.

Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, was the first to release the augmented reality experience and, of course, it also takes home the smoothest award. The augmented reality experience places the Apple logo of the upcoming “Far Out” event right in your own environment. With this experience, you can walk up and enter the experience where the Apple logo will walk right through you.

Alright, now we get into the realm of conspiracy theory.

According to a report from 9to5Mac, famed Apple analysts Jeff Pu and Ming-Chi Kuo initially suggested that the AR/VR headset launch is likely in late 2022. However, as the supply mess persists, Kuo affirm that the tech giant has already moved the launch of its AR/VR headset to a much later date, possibly the first half of next year.

Nevertheless, Apple is about to introduce its newest flagship smartphone, the iPhone 14 series, which is rumored to include the standard iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus or Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and the top range, the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Additionally, the bitten-apple giant could launch the new Apple Watch Series 8 and an improved and affordable Apple Watch SE. Finally, it should also present the new generation of AirPods Pro.

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