Based on existing public technology patents, related reports, and with reference to some of the rumored information, the media produced a high-definition rendering of Reality Pro, Apple’s first AR/VR headset
The Reality Pro headset has a design similar to traditional ski goggles and incorporates some of the design styles of the Apple Watch and AirPods Max.
There are two physical buttons on the top of the headset: a pressable button on the left to turn on/off a software feature and a digital crown called the “Reality Dial” on the right to switch between AR and VR scene views.
The headset is also equipped with a series of sensors and cameras cleverly disguised in a frame.
The left side of the headset’s strap is integral and cannot be removed, but the right side can be.
The headset does not have a built-in battery, and consumers will need to wear an additional battery pack connected to the headset. There is also a buckle on the right side that doubles as a charger. We imagine this looks a lot like an inductive Apple Watch charger.