Thursday, 26 March, 2020 UTC


The report shows a customized HTC Vive Focus controller and “crosswalk bowling game”.
Back in 2018, rumors began circulating that Apple was in development of a hybrid VR/AR headset. This past November a discussion lead by Apple VP Mike Rockwell during an internal group presentation suggested a potential 2022 release date for the mysterious device.
Is that a customized HTC Vive Focus controller? Weird I guess HTC are assisting Apple with AR tech? But why?
— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) March 26, 2020
Now it appears as though Macrumors has uncovered additional information in a leaked build of iOS 14 that’s been making the rounds online. Included in the report is a photo taken from the build showing off what appears to be a customized HTC Vive Focus controller. This would make sense considering the company already confirmed it was utilizing HTC technology during its tests.
(Image Credit: MacRumors)
In addition to this single motion controller, the report also details a “crosswalk bowling game”. According to Macrumors, the experience is meant to be played while waiting to cross the street. Users throw use the controller to throw a virtual bowling ball at a set of virtual pins situated at the other end of a crosswalk. Supposedly the app can only be accessed by an Apple engineer near an Apple office known as “Mathilda 3” at 555 N Mathilda Ave in Sunnyvale, California.
In addition to a combination VR and AR headset, Apple is reportedly working on a pair of dedicated AR glasses that will compete directly against Facebook’s own AR headset, also confirmed to be in development.
Feature Image Credit: MacRumors
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