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Today the Financial Times reported that Apple has a “secret” team that works on virtual reality technology. Yes, that means that Apple is indeed developing VR hardware. The team obviously includes experts who came from projects like Hololens of Microsof and Lytro. In addition, Apple recently acquired a startup FlyBy, who worked with Google on 3D technology for Project Tango.

It should be also noted that Apple recently hired Doug Bowman, who is one of the world’s leading experts in technology for virtual reality. Let’s not forget that Apple bought also the company PrimeSense, the people behind the 3D motion sensor in the Kinect from Microsoft.

It is not clear to what stage has reached the team behind VR, but it is time for it to present its product in this category. Other companies such as Samsung, Google, Oculus Rift, HTC and Valve are working very seriously on their VR projects which should be on the market by the end of the year. Apple will not follow this trend and most probably will present his product no earlier than 2017.

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