Apple’s mixed reality headset may feature an M2 processor

The latest version of Apple’s long-rumored mixed reality headset features the company’s recently announced 16GB of RAM, according to Mark Gurman. That Bloomberg Reporter shared the tidbit of information in his latest Newsletter – along with details on a “flood” of devices Apple plans to release over the next year, including a new .

As the latest reports, including those from Apple analysts and , have suggested that the augmented and virtual reality headset would feature dual processors. According to Kuo, one of the SoCs would have the same capabilities as the company’s M1 chip, while the other would be a low-end chip designed to process data from the device’s sensors.

After years of rumours, there is mounting evidence that Apple is getting closer to the day it will finally announce its mixed reality headset. In May, a Twitter user found evidence that Apple likely used a shell company for “RealityOS.” Earlier this year, developers also uploaded logs related to the operating system to the App Store. Recently told Tim Cook He “couldn’t be more excited about the possibilities” that augmented and virtual reality offer, telling the publication, “stay tuned and you’ll see what we have to offer” on that front.

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