Apple will launch new augmented reality products between 2022 and 2023, reported on Monday, citing an internal Apple presentation described by sources.
Apple became rumored to products be developed for some time in the field of augmented reality – with corporate acquisitions iOS code snippets based on a stereo AR Headset seemingly related patents and analysts predicting a release in 2020 which all contribute to the rumor mill. Apple has not made any product announcements. According to the report of the information this could remain still for a while, since sources of the website announce that an AR headset (codename N301
The information stated that the presentation on this topic filled a 1,000-seat auditorium at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California, and included details of capabilities, development updates, and information about "thermal" products architecture. "The N301 headset is outfitted with outboard cameras, and is said to provide both AR and virtual reality capabilities and resembles a more elegant Oculus Quest device . , In addition, the headset will have "a high-resolution display that allows users to read small fonts and see other people in front of and behind virtual objects," as well as advanced 3D mapping capabilities
According to information, the N421 glasses are Still in the development phase and currently looks like a normal sunglasses, with "thick frame, in which the battery and chips are housed." According to sources, Apple is experimenting with a system that darkens the lenses when an app is used (a type of busy signal) and executives speculated that the N421 might someday replace the iPhone. One of the biggest challenges for both devices is finding ways to make it easier, with Apple investigating "light aerospace or composite materials that are currently expensive," the statement said it is not "rumors and speculation." Bloomberg, however, acknowledged some details of the report, with one source saying Apple had reset its date from 2020 (though apparently by 2021) remains a possibility ). The news network also reported that engineers have begun work on "rOS," an operating system that allows current devices to be compatible with the headset and the goggles.
The rivals Facebook, Microsoft, and Google all compete for perfection AR and VR technology, which in immersive media is widely regarded as the next limit (although the consumer's interest cher on expensive headsets that are bound to mobile devices was previously limited ). Tim Cook, Apple's CEO told the Independent in 2017 that AR was "a great idea like the smartphone," adding, "The smartphone is for everyone, we do not have to believe it's the iPhone a particular one is demographic, rural or vertical: for all. I think AR is so big, it's huge. "That may be, but it will take a while for Apple to get it out .
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