This is how you do Apple reports in the years 2010/2020. Start with some ridiculous insurance claim like an AR headset or a car, or simply misunderstand something like when people heard you can put the 2010 iPod Nano like a watch and presumably Apple needs to make a smartwatch. Just keep continuous reporting of unverified reports for half a year or even longer.
Eventually, either the market you’re thinking about will actually present itself (possibly as a direct result of the reports, like smartwatches) just as Apple at some point wants to compete in it, or it remains so unlikely yet Apple starts to look short-sighted and silly. if do not do start dealing with it. Or, on the other hand, they may just neglect it and the only one that seems silly are the reporters who have wasted years reporting on a subject that will never and never will exist.
As much as the headsets look like the proper CPU style for a “PC-quality” mobile virtual reality headset, it can provide a little bit of efficiency at extremely low power. Plus, Apple is among the only companies that can really afford to take on the Oculus community (albeit likely at a higher rate factor with a much more high-end and stylish product). I’m still encouraged that too if they’re working on a VR headset currently(which is very particular) they pretty much definitely weren’t working on one in 2015 or when reports initially started. It’s simply a nice suggestion that tech lovers are trying to get into presence via reporting.