IT House September 22 According to Digitimes, supply chain sources said that Apple's first AR head has completed P2 (Phase 2 prototype testing), is expected to be mass produced in Q2 2022, the second half of the same year is expected to be available.
IT House learned that in five years, 15 public appearances, Apple CEO Cook has "confessed" his love of AR technology. Not only that, but Cook also believes that AR will be Apple's next "node", and that Apple has invested nearly a thousand people in research and development teams to explore this new area.
Although Apple doesn't currently have AR smart glasses, it has already introduced several AR apps, including RealityKit 2, Object Capture, and AR Maps. Earlier, it was revealed that the Apple AR headband would need to be tied to another wirelessly connected device, and that most people might choose an iPhone, but it could also be a Mac, iPad or Apple TV. On the other hand, remove the handheld controller. Several patents show that apple VR/AR devices have hand sensors that track what the user is looking at and react to gestures.