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Apple Lowers Its Vision Pro Headset Production Goals Because of Its Complicated Design

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Image credit : Apple This morning's issue of the Financial Times says that Apple has cut its goals for shipping Apple Vision Pro units by a lot. Apple will only make about 400,000 Vision Pro headsets in 2024, instead of the million it had planned to make each year. This is because the headset's complicated design makes it hard to make. The report also says plans for a cheaper second-generation headset have been put on hold.

What Is The Complication?

[caption id="attachment_183252" align="aligncenter" width="1920"]Apple-WWCD23-Vision-Pro Image credit : Apple[/caption] The Vision Pro headset is difficult and advanced in how it is made. One of the most difficult parts of the production process is adding the EyeSight feature, which shows a picture of the user's eyes on a screen that faces outward. The passthrough cameras are built into the EyeSight display. During production, the cameras must be carefully calibrated to account for differences in how the bent cover glass curves. One of the problems with making the Vision Pro that is allegedly delaying production is with its two internal displays. These screens, which are in front of the user's vision, have 64 times more pixels per square inch than an iPhone. That's more than 23 million pixels, nearly three times as many as a 4K TV can show. [caption id="attachment_183251" align="aligncenter" width="1920"]Apple-WWCD23-Vision-Pro Image credit : Apple[/caption] One of the problems with making the Vision Pro is that it is allegedly delaying production with its two internal displays. These screens, which are in front of the user's vision, have 64 times more pixels per square inch than an iPhone. That's more than 23 million pixels, nearly three times as many as a 4K TV can show. The screens on the Vision Pro use something called mini-OLED. It is a better, smaller version of the OLED display design that many high-end TVs use. Also read : Apple Vision Pro – Revolutionizing the Future of Augmented Reality A traditional monitor has two main parts: the pixels that make up the image and the backlight that lights up the pixels. The OLED screens in Apple's Vision Pro don't have a backlight. Instead, they make their own light. This method lowers the amount of power used and improves the contrast ratio, which is one of the most important factors in the quality of a monitor.

By Awanish Kumar

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