Apple Stock News: MacBook Pro, AR/VR Headset, and Apple Glasses

Apple Stock News: MacBook Pro 2024

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Apple Stock News: According to MacRumors, M3 Pro and M3 Max processors made on TSMC’s 3-nanometer process will be found in the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models that will be available in 2024. In late December, the 3-nanometer chips for the next generation of Apple CPUs went into mass production. Compared to the present devices made on a 5-nanometer process, the 3nm technology will offer superior performance and better power efficiency. Between now and next year’s WWDC, there may be an announcement, however, Apple has plenty of time to change its release schedule.

Cheaper Version of AR/VR Headset

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According to MacRumors, based on numerous speculations, Apple’s initial AR/VR headset, which is expected to launch later this year, would cost about $3,000. However, Apple is also working on a more “budget-friendly” AR/VR headset that may cost approximately the same as an iPhone. To lower the price, Apple engineers intend to use more affordable components. Apple has put off developing its augmented reality Apple Glasses in favor of a more reasonably priced AR/VR gear. The Apple Glasses launch has been put off indefinitely, and development on the product has been scaled back. Although there have been numerous delays in the device’s development, Apple’s first AR/VR headset may be unveiled as early as this spring.

Postponed Apple Glasses

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According to MacRumors, the augmented reality Apple Glasses, which the company had planned to release after its mixed reality headgear, has been put on hold. Instead of offering immersive virtual experiences like the AR/VR headset, the glasses would provide digital information overlaid in the real world. However, Apple has not been able to create the necessary hardware to produce a lightweight wearable that has the power of an iPhone and enough battery life to run it. Apple believes that AR glasses have the potential to replace smartphones in the future. Apple believes that AR glasses have the potential to replace smartphones in the future.

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