Tech & Science Apple's alleged AR roadmap: from headset to contact lenses
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An analyst expects the first mixed reality headset for 2022 - later glasses and even AR contact lenses. He was often right in the past.The technology analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, known as the “Apple Oracle”, identified three phases in the market launch of Apple devices for virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). The “helmet” that Kuo sees on the market by 2022 should offer experiences in both forms. After the headset, Apple is said to be bringing out pure AR glasses. In ten years, there could be AR contact lenses from Apple, according to Kuo.
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While the current prototype should weigh around 230 grams, the final version could weigh less. Kuo speaks of around 115 grams and the display should be made of micro-OLED. The "helmet" has a technology that enables both VR and AR experiences, it is said. The scene uses the term "Mixed Reality" (MR) for this. Support for AR is limited, Kuo speculates. The product with the code name N301 is portable and has its own computing and storage hardware.
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That explains the high prices that are going on for the wearable. At first it was said that it should cost 1,000 US dollars at market launch. One of the last reports spoke of a purchase price of around $ 3,000 for the Apple MR HeasetApple Glasses N421 at the same time as Apple Car the headset is already in production
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There is always speculation about Apple Glasses. It's about glasses for which the special functions are not as obvious as the headset. As expected, these are based exclusively on AR tasks. The product with the code name N421 belongs to the group of accessories and will probably not work without an iPhone. Kuo states that the release date will be "by 2025". Since the date overlaps with the
data for an Apple CarBetween 2030 and 2040 Apple should bring contact lenses with augmented reality functions to the market. Kuo suspects they'll need an iPhone for connectivity, just like the Apple Watch did in the beginning. The lenses don't seem to have a fixed schedule yet. It sounds more like a desired product that Apple would like to offer in the future. Given the time horizon and the speed of technological development, it is difficult to make predictions. While the leaker J.Prosser assumes that the
Apple Glasses will be presented to the publics will be the MR headsets
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