A new Apple patent hints at the company working on an AR headset that will work with the iPhone. The patent was first filed by Apple in August 2018 and describes an AR headset being used alongside an iPhone in an AR environment.
Apple Patent Application Details How AR Glasses Could Help Users Find Items, Showcase Points of Interest
Apple is (probably) working on Augmented Reality glasses. Whether or not we actually see them in the real world remains to be seen.
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Another day, another Apple patent app. As usual, this is not an indicator of what’s actually coming down the pipe, but at least a glimpse of what engineers and designers at Apple have considered at one point or another.
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Apple patents aren’t necessarily a direct indication of what’s coming down the line from the company, but it’s always fun to take a look at what Apple has been toying with at one point or another.