Do you expect Apple or apple to launch wireless hybrid reality devices in 2020?

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 Do you expect Apple or apple to launch wireless hybrid reality devices in 2020?


Apple Corp chief executive Tim Cook (TimCook) once praised AR technology, calling it an equally important technology as iPhone. Facts have proved that he may also have ambitious plans for VR. It is reported that the code T288 project is still in the early stage of development, but is expected to be released in 2020. Apple Corp is still likely to change or cancel its plan. Apple refused to comment on that. If Apple is really developing such a headgear that combines AR and VR, it is not surprising and worth noting. Because in the past year, Apple has been committed to promoting iPhone and iPads support for AR. Cook said he thought AR had better prospects than VR, partly because of the greater flexibility of AR. No matter which way to choose, expanding the business beyond iPhone, and slowing down the entire mobile device market is crucial for apple. Apple had previously involved in VR development projects, but with a smaller scale. But this head mounted device marks Apples major investment in the VR field. When you bring heavy equipment, VR technology can bring you into a completely different, completely digital experience world. Although Facebook, Google and Samsung have all invested heavily in the related fields, VR has also been touted as the next technological change, but it has failed to resonate with consumers. When it comes to AR technology, the industry is increasingly supporting Cooks view. AR technology superimposes digital images into the real world using special headwear devices or mobile phones, such as Nintendos great hot hand tour PokemonGo, or Instagram and Snapchat filter applications that are early applications of AR technology. According to people familiar with the matter, Apples head mounted devices will use high-speed and short distance wireless technology to connect to special equipment boxes. This box will be driven by an apple custom chip that is more powerful than any chip, and will be the brain of the wearable device. In the current state, the box is similar to the PCs host, but it will not be a real Mac computer. Unlike HTCs VR headset Vive, users do not need to install special cameras in the room to detect their location. All equipment and functions will be embedded in Apples head mounted equipment and boxes, the person said. The potential of apple in the related fields AR and VR products in emerging markets are expected to explode in the next few years. Mystical companies like MagicLeap have invested millions or billions of dollars in product research and development, and the format will change the way we look at the world. Facebook sees AR and VR head mounted devices as the future of computing and communications. According to CCSInsight, a market research firm, consumers will buy 22 million AR and VR related equipment this year. The analysis company said that by 2022, this figure should increase by 5 times to 120 million, and pointed out that the market value at that time might be close to 10 billion US dollars. Last year, Apple Corp made its first public efforts in the field of AR and VR. At the WWDC developer conference held in June, Apple launched ARKit, enabling developers to develop AR applications for iPhone and iPad. Apple also said it was working with Valve to introduce the SteamVR platform to its Mac computer, before VR devices were not compatible with apple computer. But when it comes to AR and VR hardware, Apple Corp is not in the pipeline, and its competitors have already released a lot of devices. Samsung and Oculus jointly released the VR headgear using Samsung smart phones, while the latter were the VR equipment manufacturers purchased by Facebook for over $2 billion. Microsoft has been working on the development of HoloLensAR equipment and Windows10 mixed reality glasses. Google also released the VR suite called Cardboard, making it easier for consumers to access this technology. Two years ago, Google also launched DaydreamView head mounted equipment. AR technology company MagicLeaps upcoming AR system promises to integrate Star Wars holographic images into the users real vision, attracting wide attention from technology companies and celebrities. Although Apple Corp has not done much in the field of AR and VR, it has been working silently. It hired relevant executives, continuously acquired start-ups, and applied for patents related to these two technologies. Earlier this month, a patent application was designed to use VR technology to help relieve the traffic and fatigue of passengers inside the vehicle. Bloomberg reported in November last year that Apple plans to make technical preparations for AR head mounted equipment in 2019, and released related equipment in 2020. The device will have its own display screen and run on new chips and operating systems. Discarded wired At present, a major technical obstacle to VR devices is to create systems that are very troublesome. Samsungs GearVR device needs a Galaxy smartphone to run, while SONY, HTC, Oculus and other companies VR devices need high-end PCs or game machines to drive. In addition, these devices have many signal lines and power lines without exception, which makes users very troublesome to use. Future VR devices should be wireless - and apple just wants to introduce its iconic simplicity into VR devices. People familiar with Apples plans say that the box will use a wireless technology called 60GHzWiGig, and the second generation of 802.11ay. It can improve the speed and scope of wireless connection, and is more attractive to high-end VR devices that are not restricted by computers. The final version of WiGig2.0 may not be available until 2019. The boxes for Apple devices will also use 5 nano processors, which are quite small. In contrast, iPhoneX uses 10 nanoscale chips. Take control of your own destiny As apple tries to control all the hardware and software in its products, it has been expanding to the field of equipment parts. Now Apple has begun to design and develop its own chip as the brain of its mobile device. This Bluetooth chip can quickly connect its wireless headset AirPods to iPhone, and also protect personal data and biometrics from hacker attacks. By developing its own chip, apple can better control its product characteristics and better manage the timetable for issuing new devices. People familiar with the company said that Apple has been working on replacing Intel chips with their own chips on Mac computers by 2020, instead of replacing them by 2020. The chips used for future Mac will be similar to those used by apple in its T288AR and VR projects. At the same time, the 8K display of Apples new head mounted device can make the image look more realistic. Smaller, more powerful chips, combined with high quality video images, are crucial to creating a high quality user experience, because if the image is not stable, it will make the user feel dizzy and vomit. Earlier this year, LG and Samsung showed 8K TV at the world consumer electronics show CES, but they were not yet listed. No one has published 8KVR devices so far. Pimax, a Chinese start-up company, has been looking for crowd funding to develop a VR headset supporting 8K resolution. It is reported that each eye will receive 4K display. The goal of apple is higher resolution, and every eye has 8K display. We have some ideas, and we are waiting for technology to catch up with the idea, Apple Corp design director Jonny Eve (JonyIve), at a meeting held last October, said, specifically, to show technology and semiconductors. Apple Corp often achieves success by entering the mature market, smart phones, tablet computers, smart watches, and the introduction of exquisite and minimalist products. The company is likely to hope that history can repeat itself through AR and VR. (Han Bing) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 Earlier this year, LG and Samsung showed 8K TV at the world consumer electronics show CES, but they were not yet listed. No one has published 8KVR devices so far. Pimax, a Chinese start-up company, has been looking for crowd funding to develop a VR headset supporting 8K resolution. It is reported that each eye will receive 4K display. The goal of apple is higher resolution, and every eye has 8K display. We have some ideas, and we are waiting for technology to catch up with the idea, Apple Corp design director Jonny Eve (JonyIve), at a meeting held last October, said, specifically, to show technology and semiconductors. Apple Corp often achieves success by entering the mature market, smart phones, tablet computers, smart watches, and the introduction of exquisite and minimalist products. The company is likely to hope that history can repeat itself through AR and VR. (Han ice)