Apple’s new high-tech glasses will have installed displays with specs that sound downright unrealistic

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At WWDC 2023, Apple is expected to debut its first new product category since the Apple Watch: Ein Mixed-Reality-Headset. Numerous rumors and information about this are already circulating on the Internet, which indicate that they will have installed impressive technology. A new leak reveals specs so amazing they just sound too absurd.

Specs outshine all previously released VR/AR headsets

Ross Young, the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, who has proven to be a trusted source for display technologies in the past, shares initial information about the built-in displays of Apple’s new reality glasses. The leaked specifications are very impressive:

  • Two Micro OLED-Panels with 1.41 inches Diagonal
  • A pixel density 4.000 ppi
  • A brightness above 5.000 Nits
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If this leak turns out to be true, it would eclipse all previously released VR/AR headsets. The Playstation VR2 headset, for example, has two OLED panels, which are also quite good, but their pixel density is “only” 850 ppi.

The indication of 5,000 nits of brightness for each eye sounds extremely high. For example, the Meta Quest 2 headset has a brightness of 100 Nits, which is usually sufficient for VR glasses. The last Microsoft HoloLens model had a maximum brightness of 500 Nits.

These exaggerated specs could be made possible by the screen technology used: Micro OLED. This uses tiny organic light-emitting diodes on a silicon wafer. This allows manufacturers to place thousands of them in a small cluster, dramatically increasing the number of pixels per inch of the display and improving brightness.

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The often speculated price of 3.000 Euro would be entirely plausible with such technology. This expensive model should initially be a pro version of the headset. A non-Pro variant for a lower price would be conceivable.

What do you think of these specs and this leak? Do you believe this information or is it totally exaggerated? What do you expect from the new headset and do you think Apple will be successful with it? Have you already gained experience with VR and AR glasses yourself? Share your thoughts and experiences with us in the comments!

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