Critical step for virtual reality goggles from Apple
The rival company’s critical name for the virtual reality headset, which Apple is said to have been developing for some time, has joined Apple.
Virtual reality,which has already become a target for tech companies in recent years, has become more serious in the last few months. It will be because metaverse technology reminds us how necessary virtual reality is, which is why Apple has finally taken a step forward. Meta’s AR communications manager has been hired for the virtual reality headset, which has long been said to be developed.
Apple hires Meta’s AR manager
It has been a question of how Apple will take steps in virtual reality for years. Thanks to the new hardware coming to iPhones, the Apple AR library expanded and it was possible for users to keep this technology even at the end. We’ve been hearing rumors for a long time that the virtual reality headset needed for more real experiences has been developed. There’s been a significant development in these rumors. Meta’s AR Communications Manager, formerly known as Facebook, will now work for a similar position in Apple’s ranks.
There are many rumors that the virtual reality headset, which will serve the VR or AR purpose, will be released in 2022. Apple now wants to invest in AR technology in hardware, according to a bulletin released this week by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. To date, the company has seen software released under the name Apple AR. According to Gurman, the hardware part will now be focused, and the first fruit of this weight will be the Apple virtual reality headset, which will be released later this year.
We are talking about virtual reality glasses that have been in our lives for years, let it not sound foreign to you to describe the product in question as a title. What excites us about this familiar technology is how Apple will create an experience with this technology. Already virtual reality goggles are everywhere and will continue to be with us. Apple already has a strong ecosystem, and we wonder how this will work with the virtual experience.