According to a report,
Apple’s long-rumored VR and augmented reality headset has been plagued by delays and issues, raising the possibility of its absence from the summer’s WWDC. In a Sunday report, it appears to be that Apple will proceed the high-profile presentation.
Mark Gurman writes in Bloomberg’s “Power On” newsletter on Sunday that the headset, with its xrOS operating system and software development kit, will be “the star of the show.”
Apple will spend a lot of the conference demonstrating its custom App Store and tools, Gurman is informed, and it will have a “clear story for developers” regarding how they will want to use it.
With respect to when the headset will arrive at the public’s hands, Gurman reasons it ought to be out “in time for these special seasons,” since it won’t go at a bargain “for a very long time,” giving designers time to make encounters for it.
Gurman’s report conflicts with expert Ming-Chi Kuo’s case that Apple wasn’t “hopeful” about its headset send off in Spring, recommending that a declaration at WWDC was dicey.