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Last week Poe said that Luxshare will remain one of Apple's main suppliers for devices to be available by the end of 2022 to 2024. In addition, the company's augmented reality glasses will be introduced to users in 2024. now he has given us more information by saying that Apple augmented reality glasses have entered the design stage and a prototype will be ready by the end of this year. Also, according to this analyst, this product will reach the mass production stage in the second half of 2024.
Unlike Apple's augmented reality headset, which is rumored to be released later this year, augmented reality glasses will focus entirely on augmented reality technology and, according to one forecast, could replace iPhones within the next 10 years. This is one of the few news releases about Apple augmented reality glasses, as most of the news and rumors are focused on the American tech giant's augmented reality headset.
Apple's augmented reality headset will be equipped with two processors, a 5-nanometer chip and a 4-nanometer chip, each made by TSMC. In November, the well-known Apple analyst announced that the higher-end processor of this headset would have computing power at the level of the M1 chip for the Mac, while a weaker processor would manage aspects of the headset sensor. According to Mr. Koo, the Apple headset offers an innovative experience with seamless switching between augmented reality and virtual reality modes. He also added that Apple's headset will be two to three years ahead of competitors in terms of computing power.
Is. According to the latest information released by suppliers of these Apple products, these headsets have completed the second phase of their valid engineering tests to ensure that the prototypes of these products meet the objectives and design specifications of Apple.
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Apparently the three-dimensional sensors that Apple puts in its headset are designed to detect the slightest movement of the hands and fingers. Just as iPhone sensors can detect facial movements to create an animation, so will Apple's augmented reality headset be very careful in recognizing hand gestures.
This headset is working together to make its applications available to users when these headsets are unveiled. Apple's first augmented reality headset weighs between 300 and 400 grams. The American tech giant is also working on the second generation of these headsets, which will have a lighter body, a better battery and a more powerful chip, and will probably be available to users in 2024. Other rumors suggest that the first generation of these headsets uses at least 15 cameras in its structure, which can provide an indescribable experience to users.
Also last month, various news and rumors were published about the possible operating system of this product, RealityOS. Apparently, this trademark was registered on December 8, 2021 (December 8, 2021) and is in the category of peripherals, software and, most importantly, computer wearable hardware.
In addition to augmented reality glasses, Mr. Poe Regarding the iPhone 15 Pro models, he stated that it is not clear whether these phones use a periscope lens or not. With that in mind, the iPhone 15 Pro is expected to feature a new periscope lens, although this lens will only be available for Max models. It remains to be seen what other news will be released in the coming days.
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