The metaverse, a VR playground Mark Zuckerberg is driving down everybody’s throats, may take steps to devour us all around the following not many years. In any case, it appears Apple CEO Tim Cook isn’t accepting what Zuck sells yet.
That is assuming Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman is to be accepted, at any rate.
Gurman wrote in his week by week Power On pamphlet that Apple will avoid the metaverse zeitgeist, most as of late sped up by Meta, even with plans to deliver its own blended reality headset conceivably when this year. The selection being referred to is in the supporters just part of the pamphlet, yet Gurman shared it for everybody on Twitter.
“I’ve been told pretty directly that the idea of a completely virtual world where users can escape to — like they can in Meta Platforms/Facebook’s vision of the future — is off limits from Apple,” Gurman wrote.
He proceeded to say that Apple needs the headset to be utilized for “bursts of gaming, communication, and content consumption” rather than extended VR trips like the ones Meta appears to be determined to bringing to the world.
Apple’s right now unsubstantiated and anonymous headset is said to have two 8K showcases just as a critical spotlight on increased reality. All in all, Apple anticipates clients investing more energy taking a gander at this present reality around them than an Oculus Quest permits, loaning some confidence to Gurman’s expectation.
However we still can’t seem to hear a firm “no” from Apple itself, the organization’s position, as depicted by Gurman, would be a reassuring one for any individual who’s dubious of enormous tech’s metaverse push. Presently you have no less than one major tech titan on your side. They’ll in any case attempt to sell you a costly digital cap, however basically you presumably won’t wear it for all your work meetings.