Rumors that Apple is preparing its answer to Google Glass have been around for years. And recently, information on the future Apple gadget has been appearing on the Web more and more often, which indicates the approach of its announcement. So, today the Taiwanese industry publication DigiTimes reported that another company will help Apple create an augmented reality headset.
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According to DigiTimes sources, Valve, a well-known American developer of computer games and software, is taking part in the development of the augmented reality headset Apple. The launch of the AR headset is scheduled for 2020. Quanta Computer and Pegatron, Apple's long-standing manufacturing partners in charge of assembling the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, will take over the production.
Unfortunately, we still don’t know what Apple’s first augmented reality headset will look like and what characteristics it will receive. We can only assume that this will not be an independent device, but an addition to the iPhone, but over time, the accessory may turn into a gadget that does not require an iPhone connection to fully work.