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Apple Glasses Leaks

Wearable computing may be re-defined by Apple Glass! Here’s everything we know so far about Apple Glasses Leak and What do apple glasses do?

Apple glasses leak

According the leak The “Apple Glass” is expected to retail for $499.

Apple Glass, Apple’s elusive AR lenses project, is coming whether we like it or not, and we’re beginning to see what the futuristic, first-generation wearable could look like.

When we first heard the word of “Apple Glasses,” rumours suggested the lenses would launch this year. But with Apple’s 2020 product line fully fleshed out with the likes of the iPhone 12Apple Watch 6 and AirPods Studio, the near future Apple augmented reality glasses looked blurry.

One reliable analyst said Apple Glass could come as soon as next year, while another longtime source for Apple product releases believes the release won’t happen until 2022. Either way, the project is definitely in the works.

Apple Glass is expected to run on Starboard, a proprietary operating system uncovered in the final version of iOS 13. The augmented reality framework shows up multiple times in code and text documents, meaning Apple is likely testing activation and application. 

At WWDC 2020 in June, the company is expected to update the world on its AR efforts, and perhaps we’ll catch a glimpse of Apple Glass as soon as then. The company allegedly planned to unveil the lenses as a “one more thing” announcement at its annual fall keynote but might wait due to global tech delays.

What do apple glasses do ?

Who makes glass for iPhone ?

Corning has provided glass for every iPhone since the first in 2007. Apple is making another huge investment in Corning to supercharge the production of iPhone glass.

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Glass for every generation of iPhone and Apple Watch, and many generations of iPad, have all been made in Corning’s facility in Harrodsburg, Kentucky.

According to Apple “The money is meant to help with Corning’s development of glass for the iPhone, Apple Watch and iPad, including “state-of-the-art glass processes, equipment and materials integral to the delivery of next-generation consumer devices