Apple’s AR glasses expected to debut earlier may launch in 2021
Apple’s AR glasses may launch between March-June 2021, which were earlier expected to come out in 2022, tech analyst Jon Prosser said. Prosser claims that he has seen them already and plans to show them soon. Apple’s smart glasses are said to be thinner and sleeker which could replace the iPhone in about a decade, Apple managers had earlier claimed.
This was mentioned by reliable tipster, Jon Prosser, who tweeted saying, “I can’t believe I’m going against Kuo on this one… but I believe he’s wrong. Apple Glasses are aimed for March-June 2021.”
Apple has been steadily building its base to develop the technology that will support AR-based glasses. Few months back, it had applied for patents that will display high-res AR images and mix it with virtual reality.
AR Apple Glasses via ARKit
The company already has ARKit that allows developers to create resources that will work via AR glasses. We’re just hoping Apple’s Glasses pick up better traction than Google’s wearable device.
The Apple AR headset is internally known as N301 with a design similar to a slimmer Oculus Quest. N301 will feature both AR as well as VR features with the help of external cameras. The device will map surroundings including people, furniture, and rooms.