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  • Apple's CEO hinted a few things regarding the Apple AR glasses

    Apple's CEO hinted a few things regarding the Apple AR glasses

    It seems that Apple CEO Tim Cook has recently hinted at a bunch of stuff the upcoming Apple AR Glasses could be capable of such as being able to play AR games, home design, and more. While not much is known in regards to the Malaysia release date, it does give us a better idea of what to expect when it is available in the global market.

  • Apple and TSMC to work on Micro OLED Displays for upcoming AR Glasses

    Apple and TSMC to work on Micro OLED Displays for upcoming AR Glasses

    Based on a report by nikkei, it seems that Apple has recently partnered up with TSMC in order to develop micro OLED displays that will be used with Apple’s upcoming AR glasses. While not much is known in regards to the exact release date, it does give us a better idea on what to expect when it is officially available in the local market.

  • Apple might have entered the second phase in developing AR Glasses. Available in 2021/2022?

    Apple might have entered the second phase in developing AR Glasses. Available in 2021/2022?

    Based on a statement by macrumors.com, it seems that Apple might have entered the second phase of AR Glasses development which hints that the product is expected to be available in either 2021 or 2022. While not much is known in regards to the Malaysia release date, the report does give us a better idea on what to expect as soon as the product is available in the global market.

  • Patent hints you could control Apple Glasses using your eyes

    Patent hints you could control Apple Glasses using your eyes

    Based on a patent spotted on 9to5mac, it seems that there is a patent relating to the Apple Glasses hinting that it is possible to control the wearable device with nothing more than just your eyes. With that said, it could make augmented reality content much more immersible due to the fact that the content will follow the movement of your eyes.