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10 March 2019, 09:29 | Casey Mitchell
Kuo expects Apple to start mass-producing its first set of AR glasses in late 2019 or early 2020 at the latest.
The predictions come from the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, whose projections about new Apple products have been accurate in the past. It is believed that this product will hit the mass production by the year-end, but might entirely be provided by the second quarter of next year.
Back in 2017, Bloomberg wrote that Apple was set to ship an augmented realityheadset next year, which aligns with Kuo's report. The report also mentioned that the headset would run on a new customised operating system called "rOS" which would stand for "reality operating system" and would be based on iOS.
Designing the AR glasses to work as an iPhone accessory is also expected to allow Apple to keep the glasses slim and lightweight, rather than trying to pack in all the processing hardware into the one device.
This means the wearable will likely act as a remote display, with computing, rendering, internet connectivity and location services handled by a users' iPhone.
Will Apple be able to do what Google couldn't with Glass? Although there is still much room for improvement for Apple's first-generation head-worn AR device, we believe that this product will offer an all-new user experience and define the AR user interface. It also sounds like the iPhone will not have to be slotted into the headset for the glasses to work - 9to5Macsaid that the phone will be capable of powering the headset from a user's pocket. So far, the company only has its ARKit iPhone and iPad apps to show for it. Rivals Microsoft and Magic Leap have been doing some big things with augmented reality technology, however, and we have no reason to suspect that things are any different in the hands of Apple. Last year, CNET reported that the headset will have an 8K display for each eye and will connect wirelessly to a dedicated "box".
Recently Apple's CEO Tim Cook indicated that the company is working on the future products that "will blow you away".
"AR is going to take a while, because there are some really hard technology challenges there", Cook said during a talk with former Republican Sen.
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