Still interesting news from Apple – even beyond those already announced at WWDC 2022 -. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, in fact, the Cupertino company could announce its viewer in a “private” event to January 2023. Good news for anyone who has high expectations of Apple’s headset, and who were disappointed not to see it at yesterday’s conference. So let’s see what the news will be waiting for us next year.
1. EVT starting from 3Q22.
2. Media event on Jan 2023.
3. Delivery of development toolkit within 2-4 weeks after the event.
4. Starting pre-order in 2Q23.
5. Hitting store shelves before WWDC 2023.
— Ming-Chi Kuo (@mingchikuo) June 7, 2022
The Apple headset will be presented in January 2023: Kuo’s predictions
Apple’s headset was the big absentee of yesterday’s WWDC, yet Ming-Chi Kuo has already released interesting sneak peeks on the company’s device. As you can see in the tweet above, the analyst shared a precise timeline of the launch of the headset, specifying that Apple could keep an event in January 2023 to officially present it. After the official launch, the company could send a toolkit to the developers “within 2-4 weeks after the event”.
Pre-orders should then begin around the second half of 2023, effectively allowing customers to buy the Apple headset in stores before WWDC 2023. In short, a fairly pressing timeline, which will allow users to use the device by the end of next year. . On the other hand, it is certainly no secret that Apple has been working on the device for some time, and that it has been forced to postpone its launch due to overheating problems. But, as usual, the company will be able to solve any problem. And next year we will finally have the headset for sale at price of 3000 dollars.