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Bloomberg: Apple focused on augmented reality in 2020 with new iPhone and AR glasses product, ARM Macs coming

9to5Mac Monday, 21 October 2019
Apple is set to introduce major new augmented reality initiatives next year with new 3D rear sensors for the iPhone and the likely debut of Apple’s long-rumored AR headset product.

Bloomberg says Apple has ‘targeted’ to launch the headset in 2020, featuring holographic displays in the lenses. The exact form factor and use cases for the headset is still unclear. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously said that Apple would release an AR headset in mid-2020 with a ‘third-party brand collaboration’.

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