Ming-Chi Kuo, that ultimately reliable super-analyst, says there won’t be sight of the headset, which some are calling Apple Glass, because it’ll be some time before the headset enters mass production. In a recent tweet, he said, “It still takes some time before Apple AR/MR headset enters mass production, so I don’t think Apple will release AR/MR headset and rumored realityOS at WWDC this year. Apple’s competitors worldwide can’t wait to see the hardware spec and OS design for Apple’s AR/MR headset.”
It’s just a few days until WWDC22, Apple’s annual developers’ conference, when the company will unveil improvements to all of its operating systems. Will there be hardware announcements accompanying the iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and other announcements? The general expectation is that we will see the revamped MacBook Air, which is something to anticipate. While some observers believe the much-hyped Apple augmented reality headgear may make a debut, others believe it is unlikely.
The Moto G62 5G, Motorola’s next affordable phone, is expected to be unveiled soon. WinFuture, a reputable German publication, has recently published a report that discloses practically all of the phone’s major specifications as well as marketing photos. The Moto G62 5G is said to include a 6.5-inch OLED display with Full HD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate for better images. The rumoured Moto G62 5G features a vertical camera array and a punch-hole cutout in a leaked picture – The rumoured Moto G62 5G packs a lot of punch for little over $300. A vertical camera array and a punch-hole cutout may be seen in a leaked Moto G62 5G picture.