Apple Glasses Release Date Announced

71 Просмотры
In recent news, Apple announced the cancellation of their highly anticipated Apple glasses that were supposed to be revealed sometime in 2024. Reports from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman made two claims about the company's VR/AR strategy. The first claim is that work on Apple Glasses has been put on hold, which is likely to be inaccurate. The second claim is that Apple is trying to trim the cost of its second-generation Apple vr headset, which will be cheaper than the first-generation model.

Rumors have it that Apple has been working on these Apple glasses since 2017, but it wasn't until the announcement of the iPad Pro and iPhone 12 in 2021 when Apple introduced the Lidar Sensor on their devices that we started seeing Apple's interest in AR technology. The Lidar sensor on the iPhone and iPad Pro series enhances AR experiences by providing accurate and fast depth sensing. Additionally, iOS 15 has introduced more AR abilities like street view AR and the new live text feature that has the ability to copy and paste or even translate text from a photo. There is also a new feature called visual lookup that uses machine learning and AI to give the user information on various objects, places, animals, and plants in their pictures. All of these advancements have led to a plethora of new AR features and apps for both devices.

Beyond all these rumors, Apple has been acquiring companies developing AR technologies like Spaces, a VR startup that got its start as a DreamWorks Animation project to start devoloping app for Apple glasses. The appearance of recent Apple patents related to AR technology, reports of eye injuries among employees working on a prototype unit at Apple's headquarters, and the company's strategic acquisitions of AR firms all point towards the development of Apple's own AR product. So Apple is definitely working on a new piece of apple glasses.

The second claim from Gurman's report is likely to be correct, as the first-generation Apple vr headset is expected to be expensive, with a price tag of around $3,000. This Apple vr headset is designed with advanced technology that comes at a premium price point. The displays have ultra-high resolution, providing a crystal clear and vivid experience. Additionally, the headset is equipped with at least 10 cameras, which provide precise tracking and interactivity. It also features an M2 processor, ensuring top-notch performance for even the most demanding MR applications. All of these features come together to make the headset a premium device, justifying its higher cost. Apple vr headset is said to have new beaming technology, allowing AR and VR content to be directly projected into the user's retinas.The Apple vr headset will have over 10 cameras placed inside and outside the headset for eye tracking, object tracking, and hand gesture controls to provide a more realistic and interactive experience. This highly anticipated Apple vr headset is set to revolutionize the way we experience digital content after 7 years of development.

The company is set to release its first-generation Apple vr headset with a price tag of $3,000. The Apple vr headset will be built utilizing premium materials and equipped with at least ten cameras, an M2 processor, and new beaming technology. Apple is also bringing two high-resolution 4K micro-OLED displays with up to 3,000 pixels per inch. The headset is set to launch in March or April.

Copyright Disclaimers • We use images and content by the YouTube Fair Use copyright guidelines • This video could contain certain copyrighted video clips, pictures, or photographs that were not specifically authorized to be used by the copyright holder(s), but which we believe in good faith are protected by federal law and the fair use doctrine for one or more of the reasons noted above.

Credits: This video would have not been possible without these amazing channels Check out these amazing channels and be sure to support them:
Apple UK:
Apple Support:
The Apple Circle:
CBS Mornings:
Google Glass:
the unofficial Apple channel:
all things tech:
Venore Creative:
Surfaced Tech:
Technizo Concept:
Гаджеты VR & AR
Комментариев нет.