Apple is rumored to be launching the first AR-based wearable on the market for the longest time ever. Many reports and patent applications suggesting the existence of Apple AR Glass have occasionally surfaced. Many now believe that the company may eventually unveil AR glasses at its Spring 2022 launch event scheduled for March 8. With this, the Apple M2 chip and the long-awaited iPhone SE3 are also expected to appear.
Apple may reveal its AR glass next week
Apple recently confirmed the date of the first event in 2022 to bring a new product to market. And the company is likely to announce the rumored iPhone SE 3, the next-generation Apple Silicon, the new iPad Air, and more. In addition to this, there may be a slight chance that Apple will take a peek at AR Glass, which has long been rumored at next week’s “Peek Performance” event.
Following Apple’s announcement, the company’s global marketing chief, Greg Joswiak, shared a short video on Twitter to confirm the date of the Peek Performance event.He didn’t mention anything about AR Glass, but the video Shown the 3D Apple logo floating on the auditorium stage of Apple Park, Apple CEO Tim Cook usually stands during an event. Reportedly, this could be Apple’s AR Glass “micro mini demo.”
Now, the translucent Apple logo is interesting because it looks like an AR object with a unique presence floating on the stage.Therefore, this is A short demo of how users can view AR objects using Apple AR Glass..
Moreover, Event tagline “Peak Performance” There is the term “peak” instead of the correct word “peak” Implying vision-based products.. So the company may finally give us the first look of Apple AR Glass, perhaps as “another thing” towards the end of the event.
For those who don’t know, Apple AR Glass is rumored to be under development for quite some time. Earlier reports, the company’s former design chief, Johnny Ive, postponed the product launch due to design issues. However, analysts believe Apple is ready to dive into the field of AR / VR headsets with future wearables. But that is not expected until 2025.
What’s more, this teaser video is nothing more than an Apple Easter egg for displaying things in AR mode. Therefore, AR glasses may still be far from the actual launch.
Still, Apple will announce a new product, so we’ll cover the event on March 8th. So please wait for a while. Watch the details come out next week. Until then, please tell us your thoughts on Apple’s entry into the AR / VR market with the comments below.