Apple AR glasses has been delayed in testing
Apple has not yet started testing the second prototype of its rumored AR (augmented reality) glasses, which runs counter to the expectations of its supply partners, who had expected the second prototype to be tested in the first quarter of this year. Many media reported that Apple is developing a set of AR glasses, which look like ordinary glasses but with a built-in display that can be interacted with by gestures. The current prototype product (the first prototype) is said to be similar to high-end sunglasses with thick frames, with batteries and chips inside the frame.
Earlier, there was news that Apple’s AR glasses “it will take a few years” to be available, although Apple originally planned to release it as early as 2023. Well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had predicted that Apple’s AR glasses will be released as early as 2022.
According to previous media reports, before the launch of AR glasses, Apple will take the lead in launching a VR (virtual reality) headset. This VR headset will be an expensive niche product and is expected to be launched in 2022. Its role is mainly to pave the way for more mainstream “AR glasses” in the future.