Apple’s reported VR headset wasn’t pointed out in today’s “California Streaming” occasion, however we did a discover a crucial detail about the reported item.
Very little is learnt about the speculative gadget, however according to The Elec, Apple’s upcoming VR headset might supposedly include “micro-OLED” shows boasting 3,000 pixels per inch.
The Elec, a Korean publication, has reported that the business has requested for a sample of a great metal mask (FMM) from APS Holdings, a South Korean business.
According to The Elec, Apple will evaluate the FMM sample to see if it appropriates to be utilized in the mass-production of theirVR Headsets FMM is a metal product board that is utilized for transferring RGB natural products and form pixels in OLED display screens.
The panel from APS Holdings is likewise an RGB panel, instead of the white panels frequently utilized for OLED display screens, which implies it will not require a color filter. The micro-OLED screen likewise includes a number of benefits, such as using pixel sizes varying from 4 to 20 micrometers, compared to the 40 to 300 micrometers on basic OLED panels.
Micro- OLED display screens likewise have a quicker action time that make them preferable for VR and enhanced truth (AR) platforms.
Renowned Apple expert Ming-Chi Kuo likewise declared that the micro-OLED display screens will “enable a see-through AR experience,” instead of a requirement VR experience. It is likewise reported that Apple might provide a slim and light chassis for its VR headset, as compared to the phone-sized display screens utilized in existing VR headsets.
Reports recommend that Apple’s reported VR headset might be offered in 2022 at a preliminary rate of $3,000.
It’s crucial to keep in mind that all of the above details is based upon guesswork. Hopefully, we’ll continue to discover more as the item gets even more along in advancement.