Apple's rumor mill gets its first real training in 2019, and this time the whisper is more exciting than usual.
Well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a new report claiming that Apple's first reality is reality The device will be up and running in the fourth quarter of this year.
In the analyst's report published by       it is claimed that the AR product will use the iPhone as a key component smartphone as a computer and separate product, probably portable smart glasses, as a display.
If so, this would reflect the approach used by startups like Nreal and DreamGlass, both of whom are using the power of an Android smartphone, and who primarily use portable glasses as a display mechanism.
Of the two, Neal Light is by far the most advanced in terms of mainstream design and function. When I tried the device earlier this year, I was really surprised at how powerful the AR experience was. Based on this selection, the only thing that keeps Nreal Light from becoming a really popular product seems to be a lack of content partnerships and marketing. Two things that Apple has to a great extent, in addition to its installed user base of iPhone users and growing ranks of ARKit developers.
Having such a strong track record in accurately predicting Apple releases, this new report is guaranteed to double in size compared to previous rumors , almost a guarantee In the next 18 to 24 months, there will be some sort of Apple AR Smart Glasses, even if the first glance is just an official announcement, but Kuo's report also states that mass production will not start until the end of the year Just before this rumor subsided, Apple co – founder Steve Wozniak (who no longer works in the company, but keeps a watchful eye on it. Englisch: www.cosmetic-business.com/en/showar…p?art_id=744   "I'm waiting for Apple to be back in the game … with something new and striking …" Wozniak said about the future v. interview with Bloomberg on Apple in the mobile market.  "Apple has been a leader in a number of areas, including touch ID, face ID, and easy payment by phone, for quite a number of years, they were the leader and everyone else had to follow, but they're not the leader in things like that The flip phone, and I'm worried because I really want a flip phone, it's one of those new technologies that gets my attention, but Apple always has surprises when you work on a lot of things in the background So successful on the iPhone that it's been all their business for a long time, now they're branching out … "
The intriguing thing about Wozniak's comments is that he mentions almost every technology out there, including 5G, TV streaming, flip phones, and so forth Apple CEO Tim Cook says he'll "change everything."
Given these somewhat timid statements (the video shown above), it never seems to mention AR Helps to illustrate the strange omission), it makes sense to ask, "Woz knows something?"
And makes the fact that both aforementioned AR smart glasses use startups that use Coincidentally, a smartphone and glasses come from China – Apple's manufacturing base and source of many accurate rumors about Apple – suggest that Chinese tech insiders are already aware
in Apple's often leaky manufacturing base, which is based on solid information trying to prepare an Android response before the iOS version of mainstream AR Smart Glasses Arrives? The past is an indication, 2020 will probably deliver a huge dose of Cupertino AR marketing. But as with the Apple Watch before, the only question is: is the public ready for Apple AR Smartglasses? It looks like we'll find out soon.