Full of impatience, we are waiting for Apple’s Reality Pro glasses. And mostly we are curious about the design. The website Freelancer.com shared that feeling and put out a design contest. And the winner created a design that is stunning.
Freelancer.com is a website that pairs freelancers with clients. So it recently set up a contest where freelancers could unleash their vision of Apple’s Reality Pro. There were numerous entries, but only one deserved winner.
The Reality Pro we definitely want
The winning concept was created by 3D artist Ahmed C. According to Freelancer.com, he creates a “world-class design.” With his design, he won 300 Australian dollars (about 325 euros). And admit it, his 3D renderings are indeed stunning.
Simple and sleek design. (Image: ahmadcheni31)
Hopefully Apple’s Reality Pro will resemble Ahmed’s beautiful version. By the way, check out the other entries here.
The headband is clearly inspired by that of the AirPods Max. (Image: ahmadcheni31)
Some other details of the Reality Pro have also come out. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the headset will be presented at WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) this summer.
Who is Mark Gurman?
Mark Gurman is a technology journalist working at Bloomberg. He has been writing about Apple for more than a decade, previously worked for 9to5Mac and is among the most reliable sources. He is known anno 2022 mainly for his own newsletter: Power On.
In addition, the analyst states that the headset for FaceTime scans the face and body to create a semi-realistic avatar that one can use in video calls. This will give the feeling that you are really in the same room together.
hefty battery on your pants
Then there’s the persistent rumor that the headset itself has no battery. Chances are, Apple has an external battery in mind. So you will have to attach this one to your pants, for example. Despite the fact that it will probably be a hefty battery, you shouldn’t expect too much from it in terms of battery life. It is stated that the Reality Pro can be used for about two hours.
Should you be eager to get your hands on the Reality Pro, feel free to set aside some pennies. After all, according to experts, it is going to cost around $3,000.