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Bloomberg: Apple delays AR/VR headset launch again, now expects to unveil the device at WWDC in June

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Apple has once again delayed its announcement event for the Apple AR/VR headset. Originally expected to debut in the spring, Bloomberg reports that Apple is now targeting June as the new date.

That’s a delay of two months compared to the previously-rumored April release date. The headset device, likely branded the ‘Apple Reality Pro’, will represent Apple’s first hardware venture in the augmented reality and virtual reality market, but has faced multiple hardware and software development delays in the run up to launch.

Of course, nothing is set in stone until Apple officially announces the event publicly. But there was strong indications that Apple was originally ramping up for a late 2022 debut. This was then pushed back to the spring, and now early summer.

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