A new Apple VR headset leak appears to reveal some of the device’s more boring components: that the rumored headset is a tangible product.
Apple has apparently been working on a VR headset for some time now, but has yet to make an official statement about the product. So we hear it uses the M2 chip, was unveiled at WWDC 2023 and costs $3,000, but there’s no guarantee that any of these details are true, nor is the VR headset itself close to is not. Appearance.
However, a new leak shared by MacRumors
(opens in new tab) It is claimed to show the first real components of the long-awaited headset. The components aren’t particularly exciting, but if the images are legit, this is the first physical proof that Apple is actually working on his VR headset and will soon do something about that effort. It shows physical things.
The image itself is from a Twitter user
Mr White128 – You must follow a private account to actually see the posts – Ribbon cables appearing to connect sensors and other components inside the headset. (Image credit: MrWhite128) it’s still just a rumor
We always recommend taking the leak with a pinch of salt.While this particular leak is potentially exciting, we recommend taking more than a pinch.
First of all, MrWhite did not specify that these are components of the Apple VR headset. The images were shared in a post that contained only an emoji of sunglasses wearing a face, and it was others who connected them to Apple products.
Also, as MacRumors readers have pointed out, some cables are very similar to those found in Apple HomePod (2018) teardowns (iFixit, etc.).
(opens in new tab)It’s possible Apple is using a similar sensor array in their headsets, but when you combine this with the fact that MrWhite doesn’t seem to have much of a track record with Apple leaks, I’m a little skeptical. Become. .
We’ll have to see if these images prove to be legitimate snaps of Apple’s headset components, but MrWhite’s post is the last to reveal Apple’s hardware ahead of the expected launch. I don’t think it’s going to be a post. Let’s hope the next leak is of a slightly more noteworthy part, if not on the same scale as the recent Google Pixel 7a leak that apparently revealed the entire phone.