Apple is researching self-cleaning measures for Apple Glass. The company recently filed several patents in regard to this tech.
Rumors and leaks about Apple’s first mixed-reality headset keep coming. Recent reports suggest the device may still launch in 2022.
A report on Friday claims that the Apple headset launch could be pushed until the end of 2022 or later. The devices faces overheating.
A just-granted Apple Glass patent could be excellent news for those of us who already wear prescription eyeglasses.
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If the hiring rumor is correct, Meta’s AR communications and PR head will help bring the first Apple AR headset to the public.
A report on Thursday claims that Apple is working on a “mixed-reality” headset that combines elements of augmented reality and virtual reality. But it could come with a hefty price tag.
Apple CEO Tim Cook talked about his company’s integration of hardware, software, and services and its approach to products.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple will release AirTags, new AirPods, an AR device, and more this year.
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The iPhone 12 is rumored to get support for 802.11ay, a high speed and low latency Wi-Fi standard. Jason Cross posits that it could be used for Apple’s AR glasses.
The alternative is to make the headset a relatively dumb set of displays and cameras, with all the processing happening on some sort of base station—like your new iPhone 12. An ultra-high speed, super low-latency connection like that provided by 802.11ay is a necessity to make that work.
A popular thought is that Apple Glasses will be an iPhone accessory like Apple Watch is (or, started out) with most or all of the processing happening on the iPhone.