While the market is fixed on mobile phones may be that Apple has saved an ace up his sleeve in the form of augmented reality glasses. It is not a new rumor, we know that in Cupertino they have been developing this technology for years. ARKit and the great applications that we currently have on the iPhone are just a small example of the potential of these glasses.
However, despite this information, we have barely had data on its arrival to the market, until now. Of course, Ming-Chi Kuo has just said about the augmented reality glasses of Apple and predicts that they will begin to be manufactured by the end of this same 2019
The iPhone would be the brain again
Apple’s strategy with these glasses could be very similar to that followed by the Apple Watch. Although they could be presented at the end of the year, they may not reach the market until well into 2020. In addition, according to Kuo, the iPhone would be the brain of these glasses, that is, the one that would process all the information. Something very similar to what happened with the first versions of watchOS.
It is assumed that the pairing between the iPhone and the augmented reality glasses of Apple would work wirelessly in a similar way to the Apple Watch, although Kuo has not specified it in his report.
According to 9to5mac, Kuo explained that thanks to this dependence on the iPhone glasses will be much lighter and more comfortable than other solutions on the market. Despite this, the glasses would have a lot of technology such as depth sensors, cameras or the screen itself.
For months Bloomberg also spoke on the matter and also offered the year 2020 as a possible date of departure of these glasses from Apple. It seems that changes are coming and this year we could have very interesting news.