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Rumored Apple Glasses are still a mystery. There have been very few leaks or rumors about a pair of augmented-reality smart glasses that the company is developing.

The Apple Glasses were once known as Apple Glass. We thought they would arrive sooner than we thought. It’s becoming more probable that we will have at most a few years to wait until they are revealed.

Apple Glasses may run on Starboard (or glasses), a proprietary operating system that was discovered in iOS 13. This augmented reality framework appears multiple times in code and texts documents. It is possible that Apple is testing activation and application. I need to wear Apple Glasses

We have all the information we can about Apple Glass. This includes pricing, design, specs, and release date.

The latest news about Apple Glasses (updated February 10, 2010)

  • Apple could be developing’realityOS, a custom operating system to power its future AR/VR gadgets.
  • Tim Cook teased Apple’s future AR plans and promised that the company will invest in this area. Although it’s not confirmation of Apple’s plans, this suggests that Apple is looking to expand its AR offerings beyond the ones currently available on iOS.
  • It appears that a Google AR headset has also been in development, but it will not arrive before 2024.
  • This is how we believe mixed-reality Apple Glasses can change the game, with complete Apple Fitness Plus integration.

Apple Glasses Release Date Rumors

We don’t think Apple Glass will be released anytime soon. This is because the Apple AR/VR headset will arrive first. It is expected to arrive in 2022 or 2023.

After that, the Apple Glass would be released. Both Bloomberg and Information reported that the device might be available in 2023. However, the reports date back to 2019. There are many things that can happen in just a few years.

Apple VR and mixed-reality headset vs. Apple Glasses

The Apple VR headset and the mixed reality headset are also in development. They could be simpler and closer to launch.

People who have seen prototypes say it features ultra-high-resolution screens with cinematic speakers that enable real-life visual experiences, based on their observations.

These sources said that the headset looks similar to a thinner, fabric-swathed Oculus Quest. However, the company is still testing the design to ensure it fits all head shapes.

We don’t anticipate it to be inexpensive, but we have no idea of the price. The Quest is $399 while the HTC Vive costs $799 and Microsoft HoloLens 2 costs $3,500. According to reports, Apple’s headset will cost between $1,000 and $3,000 upon its launch.

Apple VR and mixed-reality headsets will, reportedly, benefit from an Apple App Store. This allows users to access video streaming, gaming, and communication software. Siri, the voice assistant, will control the headset. However, physically remote, as well as body tracking controls, are being tested.

The VR headset will be available in mid-2022.

Apple Glasses price

According to Prosser, Apple Glasses cost $499 plus prescription fees. This may seem quite low in comparison to other augmented reality headsets such as the Microsoft Hololens 2.

Hololens 2 costs $3,500. However, a large portion of the headset’s cost is due to the fact that it has all the electronics required for AR.

Apple Glass will instead rely on a companion iPhone to process the data. This will make it much simpler than Hololens. It will function more like the Vuzix Blade smart glasses with a built-in camera.

Vuzix Blade is still available at $799. Apple’s entry-level is much more affordable than some of its top-specced smartwatches. It costs as little as $799.

Apple Glasses Features: What they actually do

A Bloomberg report claims that the Apple AR Glasses will allow you to see information on your phone through your glasses. The eyewear is expected to sync with an iPhone’s iPhone and display information such as text, emails, maps, games, and moreover the wearer’s field.

Apple is also looking at third-party app development. It plans to establish a dedicated app store similar to Apple TV and Apple Watch.

A patent granted by Apple has fuelled rumors that Apple Glass will not require prescription lenses. The smart glasses will automatically adjust to people with poor vision using an “optical subassembly”. This patent could however be used to create a standalone VR headset powered by a smartphone or a pair of smartglasses from Apple.

Another older patent suggests that Apple could use a projection-based system to beam images directly into users’ eyes. Apple could do away with the need to display images on transparent displays.

This beam could likely ensure that the image remains in focus, which would avoid the problem of prescription lenses doubled as displays. The frames could, however, double as prescription glasses for those who need them.

This patent claims that VR and AR are free from many potential pitfalls. Apple explained that the brain focuses on objects farther away than they are in reality. This causes headaches, nausea, eye strain, and nausea. These problems can be avoided because retinal projection mimics the way that the eyes absorb light.

Another Apple Glass patent describes how you could change your backgrounds quickly, similar to zoom. The patent describes how a headset can perform chromakeying, which is the replacement of a solid background with another color.

The headset would “format camera pictures, detect the selected range of colors, and create a composite with virtual content. “

One Apple Glass patent explains how it could allow you to view the parts of the world that you are interested in. This is similar to Google Street View. This view would be projected onto the Apple Glass lenses. You could also digitally teleport between different locations.

Apple offers a similar feature in its Apple Maps app, called Look Around. However, this feature would be more immersive with Apple Glass.

New Apple patents reveal that the Apple Glass could be able to change the background on the fly, much like Zoom.

One of the most interesting Apple patents suggests that Apple Glass could improve your vision in the dark by using depth sensors to provide a better view of the world around you.

Some smart rings Apple has patented may allow Apple Glasses to more precisely track your hand and finger movements. This will eliminate the need for external sensors and make the system more accurate.

The rings can also detect what the user is holding in their hand so that the Apple Glasses can react accordingly. The glasses can track the movements of Apple Pencils and translate them into handwritten text.

Another Apple patent mentions “privacy eyewear,”, which could hint at smart glasses, possibly the Apple Glasses. It also mentions how they could be used for keeping private information on an iPhone’s display.

This patent image shows how the idea behind blurred iPhone display and Apple smart glasses.

Apple Glasses design

According to reports, the most recent Apple Glass prototype looks like an “un-intimidating” pair of plastic glasses. Marketing materials however suggest a Clark Kent-esque design.

The right temple has a LiDAR scanner, but there are no other cameras to protect your privacy (although this could change). Wireless charging is included as well as a plastic stand.

Apple Glass will be an accessory for the iPhone, which will have implications for the design of the Apple Glass. Although the glasses will not be as lightweight as Ray-Ban’s aviators, they may be as comfortable and light as your everyday glasses.

It is not possible to purchase tinted Apple Glass for the first generation. In the immediate future, you can continue to use your regular sun blockers. Apple Glass might expand its product line if it succeeds.

Apple Glass may also have a modular feature. Rumored mixed reality glasses may have swappable arms, each serving a unique purpose or performing a different function.

According to Ross Young, a display analyst, the Apple Glass headset could use Sony OLED displays for AR.

Apple Glasses specifications

The specs for the Apple Glass are still unknown, but there are some things we can speculate about based on the information we have about the technology. It will have at most the same field-of-view (52 degrees) and resolution (47 pixels per inch) as the Hololens 2.

Apple is aiming to create an augmented reality solution, not a heads-up display showing 2D floating notifications or maps like Google Glass. It’s reasonable to expect Apple Glasses and the iPhone to connect to each other via a dedicated Wi-Fi connection.

The iPhone will need to process all video captured by the glasses’ camera and send the 3D imagery back to the glasses at a high frame rate (a minimum of 60Hz with a maximum refresh of 120Hz), which is much more bandwidth than Bluetooth can offer.

If Apple is looking to be competitive, it can expect a battery life of at least three hours. However, people may be more accommodating if Apple offers wireless charging glasses cases that can extend the device’s operative time throughout the day. For example, the Apple AirPods.

Privacy and Patents for Apple Glasses

A patent discovered by Patently Apple explores the many ways Apple Glass recording could be made apparent to bystanders, who would prefer to not be caught on camera.

Apple has considered making the camera module detachable. The patent states that the modular accessory would allow venues like bars and theaters to ban this accessory but still allow the HMD frame (without it) into the venues.

Apple may also use lights to indicate when the device is recording. However, there are no original smart glasses. This could make it so that the camera doesn’t work.

The patent describes how the light from the camera could pulse in an encoded pattern. The lens would then capture reflections in the recorded environment. According to the patent, the recording could be disabled if the camera cannot detect the pattern.

Apple offers a third alternative, where the camera is embedded in the frame but is disabled unless a key module is attached.

Glasses looking like glasses: We’d like to see natural-looking glasses like the ones shown on this page. Apple would love the same thing, I’m certain. AR glasses that look like geekwear are not what anyone wants.

AR in full 3-D: Some people prefer a heads-up display but full 3D integration is what makes AR truly powerful. Apple Glasses must be able to run any iOS AR app on iPhone via the wearable device in order to be successful.

Minimum 8 hours battery life: Assuming that you don’t use 3D AR apps constantly and look at notifications and 2D apps occasionally, Apple should be capable of making Apple Glasses last through a typical workday. However, it might not happen in the first generation.

This page will be updated as new Apple Glasses rumors or leaks become available. Bookmark this page and return often.

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