There have been some claims that came up with the release of iOS 13, about a potential AR glasses. Famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the AR glasses will be released in early 2020.
When Apple released its new operating system, iOS 13, some people reviewing the operating system found some clues about a potential AR glasses. The glasses, which will not be sold as a separate device, will be sold as accessories for iPhone models. Famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shared new information about these glasses. According to analyst Kuo, Apple’s augmented reality glasses will be released in early 2020.
The glasses will be able to connect to the iPhone wirelessly, using the newly introduced U1 chip on the iPhone 11. This chip supports ultra-wide connectivity and does this with minimal power usage. Another claim is that Apple’s augmented reality glasses will have its own operating system. According to the news, the new operating system will be called rOS (Reality Operating System), which is very similar to iOS. This operating system will support many features such as hands-free messaging.
It is worth reminding that there is no official information about the existence of work on the device and therefore when the device will be released.
Stay tuned for the latest news!