New details emerge about Apple’s Mixed Reality Headset

If you like virtual reality, perhaps you have focused on the news coming from CES this week. There’s no shortage of new augmented reality glasses and virtual reality headsets. But the biggest AR-VR news comes from a company that deliberately didn’t announce it at CES.

More leaks have surfaced this week about Apple’s upcoming mixed reality headsets. A report by The Information outlined a new series of details on the most anticipated wearables in years. According to unnamed Apple insiders working on the project, there are many features that will appear on the ski goggles-shaped device. Some of them, such as favorite display and transition view, are also found in competing headsets like Mission Meta Pro and Sony coming soon PS VR2. But Apple’s headphones are aiming to be lighter than the Quest Pro and more portable than both competitors.

Internal sensors automatically adjust the 8K (4K per eyeball) image to match the user’s unique facial features. Some of the features also seem to aim to make the wearing experience of the headphones not like you’re sealed in a digital silo. The internal camera can translate your facial expressions to the screen on the outside of the device. The Apple Watch’s stylish dial on the side lets you quickly switch between a VR view and a color view of the real world around you. much to Meta .’s DisappointmentApple’s headphones can even record foot movements.

The leaks also reveal some limitations. Bluetooth headphones that aren’t made by Apple are said to not sync well with headphones. There’s no headphone jack, so you’ll need AirPods or one of the speaker-powered headphone bands that Apple appears to be developing. And while there is no hint of a release date, production of this device is said to have been pushed back several times. Apple could be ready to announce the device later this year.

Here’s some other consumer tech news.

Apple announces iPhone SE cancellation

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, one analyst with TF International Securities, Apple can do not do it a new iPhone SE. Citing supply chain issues and lower sales of mid-range phones compared to iPhone Pro models, Kuo said Apple could choose to delay or simply not release a new iPhone SE this year.

SE is one enough phone, but apparently Apple’s breathless marketing of its flagship devices has limited the low-cost model. Either that or people just love bigger phones these days. Since Apple dropped the iPhone Mini last year, it looks like it’s gone from lessmore modest option.

Google Maps, Where are you?

Hey, did you know you can use Google Maps while driving? OK, yes, this is a core feature of Google’s GPS app, but now the company is rolling out some slightly different features to certain vehicles. Google is allowing car companies to deploy HD map software in their onboard navigation software. It’s not Google Maps in itself, but rather a kind of platform system that underpins automotive technology. So far, Volvo and Polestar have said they will use Google’s HD Maps system.

We live at CES right now

Can’t continue typing this newsletter without entering CES. WIRED attended the massive consumer technology event in person for the first time since 2020, and our reporters were able to practice with all freak and weird display technology.

This week utility laboratory audio files straight from the heart of CES. Our field team gathered late at night in a hotel room in Las Vegas to bypass the marketing hype and highlight what outstanding at CES this year.


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