We told you last March that Appleaims to launch an augmented reality headset in 2020. Apple, which introduced new iPhone models and a new iPad model with its event yesterday, did not introduce any products related to augmented reality technology.
News that Apple is working on an augmented reality headset has long occupied the tech world. Apple recently made hiring, acquisitions and patent applications. In fact, Apple CEO Tim Cookshared that augmented reality in 2017 is as important a technology as smartphones, and that they have 1,000 engineers working on it.
Renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, known for his accurate prediction of Bloomberg and Apple, has previously shared that Apple will introduce the augmented reality in 2019 and launch it in 2020. Today, for the first time, we have evidence that Apple will produce an augmented reality headset.
According to information found in the Xcode 11 codes by an iOS developer named Steve Troughton-Smith, Apple is testing the augmented reality headset it has developed internally.
At this time, it is not known what the name of the device will be, but according to the shared files, Apple uses the codes Franc, Luck and Garta for its augmented reality headset. Let’s add that there is not much information about the augmented reality headset that Apple will produce at this time. The augmented reality headset is expected to go on sale in 2020.