Apple fans are in for a treat as the tech giant is set to release their newest product: Apple Glass or Apple Reality Pro, whichever name they choose to go with. With the year quickly approaching its halfway mark, the mixed reality smart glasses are expected to be presented soon. However, not all Apple employees are on board with the launch.
New Report Reveals Possible Release Date
According to a recent report, Apple’s AR/VR mixed reality headset will likely be unveiled in June during the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Despite some pushback from employees, the launch is set in stone. In fact, Apple CEO Tim Cook has even clashed with the company’s design team over the release date.
The Price Dilemma
One of the main reasons some employees are hesitant about the Apple Reality Pro is its price. With an expected launch cost of $3,000, some employees believe that the device will not be comprehensive or useful enough to justify the steep cost.
Unusual Situation within Apple
It’s unusual for there to be disagreements within the company, particularly when it comes to a major product launch. The added pressure of this being the first big release of the Tim Cook era has made the situation more tense. Some employees have even left the project due to their skepticism about the device’s potential.
Limited Release for Early Adopters
Despite the skepticism, Apple is moving forward with their plans to launch 500,000 units of the Apple Glass. This limited version will cater to early adopters who want to try out the Cupertino-based manufacturer’s mixed reality technology.
Technology enthusiasts are eager to see how Apple Glass will revolutionize the tech industry. With its AR and VR capabilities, it’s set to be a game-changer. Who knows what the future holds, but one thing is for sure: Apple Glass is a product to watch out for.