In 2022 Apple will also enter the metaverse

In 2022 Apple will also enter the metaverse
In 2022 Apple will also enter the metaverse

Metaverse is on everyone’s lips now that Facebook has changed its name, and it has created even more interest in Microsoft, HTC, Nvidia, Roblox, and Unity Software’s stocks. Even at Apple, though, the Metaverse should soon be thrilling.

Apple VR Headgear

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known Apple analyst, the business is on track to release its own headgear with augmented and virtual reality capabilities by the end of 2022.

Two processors should be included. A low-power chip for sensor control and a high-end CPU with a design and performance similar to Apple’s M1 microprocessor, which is now used in Macs and MacBooks.

The headgear, according to the analyst, should be independent of the iPhone or Mac while nevertheless providing a number of well-known mobile or desktop functionalities. Apple’s objective with the headgear, according to Kuo, is to eventually replace the iPhone as we know it in ten years.

The Apple headset’s sales potential has already been identified by a stakeholder. The only thing worth repeating at this time is that the VR/AR business is still in its early stages, and Apple stands to capture significant market share.

VR / AR Markets

Virtual reality and augmented reality markets have promising long-term prospects, providing Apple investors with extra future possibilities. As a result, shareholders are still advised to stick to Apple stock. Because, although if the US paper has become much more expensive, with a P/E ratio of 22 to 28, a successful Apple auto or Apple headset should easily justify the increased value.

Mark Zuckerberg has already stated that he sees augmented reality as the obvious successor to mobile, and with the Metaverse looming, Apple’s first goggles might be released as early as next year.

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