The Apple Vision Pro 2 tipped to have more advanced, brighter displays

With the Apple Vision Pro due to go on sale in the coming weeks, we’re looking forward to properly testing it – but the rumors and leaks have already started around what Apple might do for a follow-up to the mixed reality headset.

As per market research firm Omdia (via The Elec and MacRumors), the Apple Vision Pro 2 is in line to get displays that are brighter and more efficient than those in the current model. They’ll also reportedly be using more advanced micro-OLED technology.

This will apparently be because of a switch to a standard called RGB OLEDoS, which produces light and color directly from its RGB sub-pixels. A color filter is no longer needed, improving the user experience when it comes to the visuals.

Samsung is expected to be the manufacturer making the necessary panels, but you’ve got some time to save up first – the Apple Vision Pro 2 is said to be launching in 2027, which is further back than some earlier rumors that we’ve come across.

Keeping the Vision

The Apple Vision Pro hasn’t been made available to consumers yet, but it got its grand unveiling back in June. We know pricing will start at a hefty $3,499 – that’s about £2,755 or AU$5,145, though what it’ll cost internationally has yet to be confirmed.

TechRadar is one of a select few tech news outlets that has been able to spend some time testing the Apple Vision Pro ahead of it going on sale, and we’ve been particularly impressed by the 3D spatial video that the headset is capable of displaying.

It’s also able to show 2D videos and other digital elements on virtual screens, and you can use it for video conferencing too. It could turn out to be a powerful tool for both productivity and for escapism, but we’ll have to wait to review it to know for sure.

Since Apple announced that the device existed, we’ve seen hints of how it might be sold in stores, and the latest rumors suggest it’ll be available to purchase by the start of February. After that, it should become one of the hottest tech topics of 2024.

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