Apple’s Headset Could Be Facing New Delays
It’s hard to be disappointed by the delay of a product that doesn’t officially exist, and this is probably the reason Apple is so far remaining tight-lipped on the debut of its highly anticipated AR/VR headset.
While the information on this product is reaching the web every now and then, the Cupertino-based tech giant is trying to keep all details secret.
And according to reliable tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, there’s a good reason for this.
The project seems to be facing new delays, this time caused by software-related issues. These could cause delays to mass shipments, though the shipments of components could still kick off at some point in the first half of 2023.
“My latest survey indicates that the mass shipment schedule of Apple’s MR headset may delay to 2H23 because of software-related issues (vs. the previous estimate of 2Q23). The mass shipment schedule of components is still likely 1H23/2Q23, but due to postponed mass shipment schedule of the end product, A… (read more)