This year, the Cupertino based company introduced its first ever mixed-reality headset dubbed the Apple Vision Pro, and now we got a new piece of information that says the company is already started working on the second generation and the same codenamed “Project Alaska.”
It is currently in the early stage of development but some important details including design changes, hardware components, and launching timeline appear online. So let’s get into the article to check out the details.
According to the latest information, the upcoming Project Alaska will feature a close resemblance to the first generation product in its overall look but the company might change some noticeable differences especially with the speakers of the upcoming device.
The upcoming device might come with an external speaker and the rear straps are also undergoing a redesign. It is reported that the company will be offering reminiscent of flat straps which we can usefully find on the laptop bags or backpacks.
It is also reported that the device will feature a compass, ambient light sensor, magnetometer, and gyroscope among the sensors. It will support Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5, and ultra-low latency audio for connectivity. The device will also feature two micro-OLED displays, a TrueDepth camera, four computer vision cameras, two RGB cameras, two infrared illuminators for low-light conditions, and semi-automatic interpupillary distance adjustment.
The second-gen Apple Vision Pro is believed to enter the product validation testing (PVT) stage in 2025, and it will be available by the end of 2025 or early 2026.
So let’s wait for more details about the same in the coming days and you guys are recommended to stick with us for more updates from the world of technology.
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