Apple AR Headset Reported to Use Power Brick of MacBook Pro

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According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is said to plan to use the same 96W power charger used in the MacBook Pro 14 for its new AR/VR headset. The headset is believed to have two chipsets – one built on the 4nm process and the other on the 5nm architecture.

The 96W charger could mean two things, the same computing power as the MacBook Pro 14 and faster charging.

Apple AR headset - power brick

Additionally, the analyst predicts that Apple will reach 3 million units in 2023, 8-10 million in 2024, and 15-20 million units by 2025.

He also expects the company to lead the AR/VR space with its advancements in technology.

The first headset is believed to be announced this year but will be available in limited quantities.

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