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Apple is working on augmented reality smart glasses behind closed doors. We look at the latest Apple Glass rumours, including apple ar glasses release dateapple ar glasses price and expected apple ar glasses features
apple ar glasses release date

Another day brings another Apple leak, this time targeting the company’s long-rumored augmented reality glasses. Front Page Tech host and leaker Jon Prosser has in turn revealed a number of specifics surrounding the upcoming eye-wear.

   apple ar glasses release date?

apple ar glasses price

Jon Prosser, who successfully called the iPhone SE launch a month before it happened, says Apple plans to announce what it will call Apple Glass alongside the iPhone 12 in September or October of 2020. But the company wants media present at the announcement, and if that's not possible because of COVID-19, it will push Glass back to March 2021.
That said, another source has said that while they might not go on sale until then, they're likely to be announced either alongside the iPhone 12 in late 2020, or at an event in March 2021. The source added that they will apparently be called Apple Glass.

            apple ar glasses price

apple ar glasses price

According to Prosser, Apple’s AR glasses will be called “Apple Glass,” and they will start at a price of $499. Prescription lenses will be optional at an extra cost. The glasses, which will pair to the iPhone, are expected to feature a display in each lens that you can interact with using a series of gestures.

                        Features

apple ar glasses price
So far the evidence seems to point to the AR glasses being dependent on the iPhone, as the Apple Watch was when that launched. They will work as a display to deliver maps, messages and games directly to your field of vision.
Bloomberg's sources claim that the glasses will wirelessly connect to an iPhone and will display not only information but images and other data directly in front of the wearer's field of view.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Apple could integrate AR to redefine key product lines. For example, an AR-powered interface could change the way that users interact with small-screen devices like the Apple Watch, eliminating issues with clunky controls.