The first helmet for the mixed reality (AR/VR) of Apple seems not to be born under the best of stars. Different developers, according to what emerged from a report of the The New York Timesthey would have expressed skepticism towards the company's new product, which could be presented during the Worldwide Developer Conference 2023 in June.
Several developers skeptical of Apple's first AR / VR helmet: here's what emerged from a report
According to the statements of the developers, collected by the well-known US newspaper, Apple would have failed to create interest around the helmet that could be called reality pro. The US company will offer the device as “supporting actor“, useful for video conferencing and meetings, as well as for use as a creative tool.
There would be few functions that could create interest in theaverage user, thus becoming much more interesting to the world business, compared to that of general public. For employees, the helmet is "a solution in search of a problem“, whose paraphrase could be: a device that does not take away e it adds nothing.
This isn't the first time that rumors have surfaced discontent of the developers for this new product: in fact, we had already previously told you how the developers had wanted more time for development, but Tim Cook would have forced his hand for a faster exit.⭐️ Discover the best deals online thanks to our exclusive Telegram channel.