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Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Apple will launch augmented reality glasses with "rOS" in 2020



Apple has a great predilection for augmented reality technology . Since the launch of Pokémon GO , the company has become obsessed with the idea of ​​making the most of this system.

Apparently, as has been rumored for some time , Apple plans to present augmented reality glasses in 2020 with its own touch screen and an operating system called "rOS".

Mark Gurman, editor of Bloomberg has leaked the news. Apple could have this technology ready around 2019, but it would not be until 2020 when the product is commercialized . However, the product development line is being "very aggressive" so its release date could change.


Augmented reality glasses will have their own operating system

The glasses, or the case, of augmented reality of Apple would have its own operating system. An operating system called "rOS" (Reality Operating System).

"As tvOS runs on Apple TV, as macOS runs on the Mac, as watchOS on Apple Watch and as iOS on iPhone and iPad ... rOS will run in Apple's new augmented reality helmet."


The company of the bitten apple is taking the taste of augmented reality. Do not forget that in the last WWDC, Apple staged some features of the augmented reality of iOS 11.

"GEOFF STAHL, MANAGER OF GAMING AND GRAPHICS SOFTWARE AT APPLE, IS ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF THE CREATION OF THE ROS SOFTWARE."


Apple has not yet figured out how users of augmented reality eyewear will interact with applications, but the R & D process encompasses activation of voice commands with Siri, touch screens and head gestures.

"ENGINEERS ARE CREATING ALL KINDS OF PROTOTYPES FROM A WIDE VARIETY OF APPLICATIONS. THE COMPANY IS THINKING ABOUT WHETHER TO PAIR ITS AUGMENTED REALITY HEADSETS WITH ITS OWN VERSION OF THE APP STORE. "

It is rumored that the company of the bitten apple is using models of HTC Vive and Oculus Gear VR to perform tests and take inspiration. Will the play go well to Apple?

Source | Macrumors

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