In a recent research report, reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shared new details about Apple's long-awaited AR headset. Kuo noted that the Cupertino company may unveil the device in the 4th quarter of 2022.

The glasses will be powered by two chips: a high-end M1-like chip for computing power and a low-end chip for sensors. This hardware will allow the headset to work autonomously without connecting to an iPhone or Mac.

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Apple is also said to create a wide range of applications to try to replace the iPhone in ten years.

Kuo's report also mentions that the augmented reality headset will most likely receive two Micro OLED displays from Sony with 4K resolution, thanks to which it will be able to support virtual reality experiences as well.