Meta’s Horizon Worlds may be the butt of many jokes these days due to disappointing graphics, a small user base, and not much you can actually do in the company’s VR meeting place. But Meta isn’t the only company that seems to think a virtual world could be key to the success of virtual reality.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple is also building some sort of “3D mixed-reality world” for its upcoming headset.
It’s been clear for a while that Apple is working on Virtual and Augmented Reality hardware. Now there are clues that it will run software including a “3D mixed-reality world,” and stream 3D video content, among other things. https://t.co/KErcWhStyS
— Liliputing (@liliputingnews) November 13, 2022
Here’s a roundup of recent tech news from around the web.
Leaks suggest the Google Pixel 7a will have a 90 Hz, 1080p display, Sony IMX787 cameras (primary and ultra-wide), and support for wireless charging. https://t.co/W0Lp4fCnaE
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I tend to take benchmark leaks with a grain of salt (since they’re easy to fake), but if these are accurate, Razer could be working on an 18 inch laptop with a 24-core, 32-thread Intel Core i9-13900HK Raptor Lake processor. https://t.co/32f2EUi7B1
— Liliputing (@liliputingnews) November 11, 2022
Xfce4 running on simple framebuffer on the beginnings of mainline-mt6763. The device is a Volla phone to be exact. pic.twitter.com/vc5VbmVVkR
— Erik Inkinen (@erikinkinen) November 13, 2022
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