Apple Glasses What We Expect What We Think We Know
Apple Glasses, also known as Apple AR Glasses or Apple AR Headset, is a highly anticipated product from Apple that is expected to combine the company’s expertise in both augmented reality (AR) and wearable technology.
While there have been rumors and leaks about the development of Apple Glasses for several years, the company has yet to officially announce the product. However, based on patents and supply chain reports, we can make some educated guesses about what we can expect from the device.
Apple AR Glasses: AR Vs VR
You may have heard of VR (virtual reality) headsets, as they grew in popularity after 2012’s launch of the Oculus Rift. They’re usually large, bulky and expensive gaming-oriented devices that are designed to entirely block your eyes from seeing the real world. Because of that, they can be truly immersive for both gaming and professional tasks, such as pilot training. However, their bulk, immersion and reliance on a computer or a gaming console makes them unusable on the go, not to mention unfashionable.
However, AR (augmented reality) is different. AR glasses are see-through, as they use transparent lenses, and most simply add a digital overlay over your normal field of vision. For that to work, AR glasses can project a tiny screen on one or both of their lenses for the user to see. The design of AR glasses is also usually light and portable, similar to normal glasses, meaning they can be used outside.
Apple Glass Design
The design of the Apple Glasses is expected to be sleek and minimalist, in line with Apple’s aesthetic. Patents filed by the company suggest that the glasses will feature a transparent display that will allow users to see the real world while also overlaying digital information. The glasses will likely be lightweight and comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.
Apple Glass Features
The glasses are expected to be equipped with a wide range of features, including AR capabilities that allow users to see digital information overlaid on the real world, such as maps and directions. They may also include the ability to take photos and videos, make phone calls, and send text messages. Additionally, the glasses may be able to connect to other Apple devices, such as the iPhone and Apple Watch, for added functionality.
There are also reports that the glasses will be equipped with a LiDAR scanner, which can be used for a range of applications, including depth sensing and object recognition. This technology would allow the glasses to accurately map the environment around the wearer and enable new use cases such as advanced navigation and interactive gaming.
Apple Glass Technology
The glasses will likely be powered by a custom-designed chip and run on a version of iOS maybe based on ios 13, Apple’s mobile operating system. This would allow the glasses to access the App Store and run apps that have been optimized for AR.
Apple Glass Release Date and Price
Apple has not yet announced a release date or price for the glasses. We would not expect the Apple Glass release date to be anytime soon. That’s because an Apple AR/VR headset is expected first, which is now tipped to be unveiled in March ahead of release later on 2023. Other reputable analysts and leakers such as Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman have also hinted at a high price of around $2000.
So Are You Ready for Future From Apple?
Apple Glasses could run on a proprietary operating system like the tipped name of glassOS; first uncovered in the final version of iOS 13. The augmented reality framework shows up multiple times in code and text documents, meaning Apple is likely testing activation and application in some capacity. Either way, this is what it’ll take for us to wear Apple Glasses.
While we still don’t know for sure when the Apple Glasses will be released or what exactly they will be capable of, it’s clear that the company is investing significant resources into the development of this product. With the company’s track record of innovation and success, it’s likely that the Apple Glasses will be a game-changing device that will set the standard for AR and wearable technology.
Please share your comment!
All content reviewed or sold by nbloglinks.com and its related companies are strictly for informational purposes only. While all attempts have been made to verify the accuracy of information provided on our website and within the publications, neither the authors nor the publishers are responsible for assuming liability for possible inaccuracies.
Every effort has been made to accurately represent this product and its potential.
This site and the products offered on this site are not associated, affiliated or endorsed by Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, or Yahoo. Nor have they been reviewed tested or certified by Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, or Yahoo.