Although the consumer-ready version of Microsoft’s HoloLens mixed reality headset is a while away, the company has made steady progress since it announced the project. Now, it looks like it might skip iterating its hardware and go straight to version three in 2019.

That’s according to sources who spoke to Thurrott’s Brad Sams. Sidestepping version 2.0 will allow the company to work on improving the headset’s capabilities by a huge margin, rather than simply incrementally improving on the original and attempting to offer slightly better hardware or pricing.

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