As we reported earlier today, Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference has been fixed between June 6 to June 10, 2022. The event is Apple’s annual where developers around the world meet and discuss with Apple’s engineers the next line of technologies by sharing ideas on new inventions and ways forward to improve the sector.
This year’s event will mark the 33rd series of the Worldwide Developers Conference, and it’s expected to feature the launch of new Apple software and hardware products. Aside from the new products launching, we expect to witness a Swift Student Challenge, which is a coding challenge for students, and Apple design awards.
However, as we just discovered via a Twitter post from the Tianfeng International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reveals Apple will not release AR/MR headset and realityOS system during the 2022 WWDC event.
According to Ming-Chi Kuo, he believes that the mass production of the AR/MR headset and realityOS system will take Apple so many times therefore, the tech giant will not be able to meet up as the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference date has been fixed already.
He further pointed out that Apple’s global competitors are eagerly awaiting the hardware specifications and operating system design of Apple’s AR/MR headset. Therefore, if Apple announces an AR/MR headset and its operating system at WWDC, competitors would instantly start copycat projects and gleefully imitate Apple’s outstanding ideas, accordingly preempting Apple’s products from hitting the market in 2023.
However, recalled that earlier this year, the Tianfeng International Securities analyst reported that the upcoming Apple AR / MR devices will use dual ABF carrier boards, and each Apple AR / MR headset will be equipped with dual CPUs produced by 4nm and 5nm, and the dual CPUs are Using the ABF carrier board, the computing power is about 2-3 years ahead of the competitor’s product.
Consequently, given Ming-Chi Kuo’s analysis, it is believed that Apple might not unveil the AR/MR headset and realityOS system during the 2022 WWDC event. Although this is just a mere opinion that can not hold water until the tech giant has its final affirmation on the matter. Therefore, stay connected with TechGenyz for more updates on the upcoming Apple event.