Apple is among the biggest names when it comes to the world of technology. The company has brought forward several major innovations over the years, and the brand’s perception has been that of a market innovator. Every time Apple introduces something new, people tend to have a high expectation off it. However, it looks like Apple is being burdened under its own weight. They need a really innovative device, and it looks like AR Glasses are next!
Apple AR Glasses – three words that gets us excited. Apple is reportedly building them in association with Carl Zeiss. This news was announced by noted tech evangelist, Robert Scoble on a Facebook post. In the past, while many major firms were entering the VR race, Apple avoided it completely and was busy working on their AR platform. This has partly to do with the preference of CEO Tim Cook who believes more in AR than in VR. Current expectations are that Apple will begin teasing it sometime during the summer of 2017 and finally launch it with the iPhone 8.
2017 marks 10 years of the iPhone, and the AR Glasses could make it really special and unique. Carl Zeiss has been working on AR systems for a while now, and it looks like them working with Apple would give the users an experience unlike any other. Many ruled out glasses as a wearable following the Google Glass disaster. However, Apple is all set to make things right.
Apple is reportedly testing AR as well as VR possibilities with a deeeply integrated Siri, allowing users to do more with voice and control these glasses by speech! This is going to be quite an innovation and is all set to take things to a whole new level for Apple users! Are you excited about this? Comment below and let us know.