AT&T will support Magic Leap’s augmented reality glasses, once they actually exist
Wednesday, 11 July 2018 AT&T will provide mobile data service for Magic Leap’s augmented reality glasses, the company has announced. The carrier is getting an exclusive partnership with the startup. In addition to selling the Magic Leap One glasses, it will let customers demo them at some stores in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco — at least, once Magic Leap releases a still-unannounced consumer version of its product.
Magic Leap’s glasses have been hyped for years. The company has promised a mixed reality experience more practical and advanced than existing headsets, including Microsoft’s HoloLens. And although relatively few people have tried the product, Magic Leap is supposed to be releasing a “Creator Edition” later this year....
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