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Artificial intelligence eyeglasses

Tuesday, 06 23 2020, Category: Technology, Country: World
In a new step towards an integrated technical world, Apple decided to start designing new glasses with artificial intelligence, expected to be issued in 2022, and this information comes according to a report issued by “Bloomberg”, which analyzed Apple’s upcoming products with augmented reality, including new glasses .

The report expected that the issuance of advanced glasses will come in 2022 or 2023, and it will not be released any early now, and the “Frontpage Tech” program has revealed some details related to the new glasses, including the price that will start at $ 500, according to Sky News.

It is expected that the glasses will be connected to iPhones, and their settings will be controlled by movement in front of the lens of the lens, and according to the program, both lenses will have a viewing system, and the frames will be equipped with sensors for the sensor.

And eyeglasses users will be able to order lenses specific to their degree of prescription, and people who don’t usually wear eyeglasses will be able to use Apple eyeglasses without a prescription, and Apple CEO Tim Cook has indicated in previous statements that AR technology is the same The importance of iPhone phones to the company.

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