There are rumors Apple made dreams of. Mostly the juicy ones should be ignored. However, some rumors from Apple require at least a little bit of attention .
That's the case The latest tempting breadcrumb claims that the company, based in Cupertino, California, is working with one of the largest VR gaming specialists in the world to bring the augmented reality device to market.
Ironically, the rumor of DigiTimes is the same Taiwanese company that claimed earlier this year that Apple had "stopped" the development of AR Smartglasses (a claim that some considered shaky at best).
Well, in a new report, the site claims that Apple is working with Valve to develop "head-mounted AR display devices, which may not be released until the second half of 2020 at the earliest."
If this is true, pairing would be useful as Valve was at the forefront of growing VR space as a partner with HTC to develop the H TC Vive headset. Valve is also the company behind the Steam Game Store, which is one of the major sources of VR software titles for a wide range of VR headsets. Last year, the company also launched its own VR headset with Valve Index to meet the needs of more dedicated VR players.
The report also claims that even for the Taiwanese original design makers Pegatron and Quanta Computer is scheduled to work on the wearable device.
In addition to this new report, historically-reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has doubled its claim Apple Smartglasses will hit soon.
Now it seems so In the Apple Watch, which has long been rumored, all signals indicate that Apple AR Smartglasses are very real and very productive and reach the faces of consumers earlier than many expected had Apple Augmented Reality Smartglasses and the following android copies