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Jul 26, 2017 - 10:38 AM UTC — AAPL: 153.86 (+1.12, +0.73%) | NASDAQ: 6427.1099 (+14.9365, +0.23%)

Tag: Apple Glasses

  1. Mira Prism turns your iPhone into an augmented reality headset for $99

    When I first put on the Mira Prism augmented reality headset…

  2. Tim Bajarin: Apple’s augmented reality smart glasses are still a few years out

    One of the things Apple does well is to use a platform approach…

  3. Gene Munster: Apple Glasses will soon outshine the iPhone

    One analyst sees a bright future ahead for Apple Glasses…

  4. Apple acquires German eye-tracking firm SensoMotoric Instruments

    SensoMotoric Instruments, founded in 1991, has developed a range of eye tracking hardware and software for several fields of use…

  5. Gene Munster: Expect Apple smart glasses in mid-2020

    We are publishing our Apple model with forecasts out to 2022 including Apple Glasses…

  6. Claimed ‘Foxconn insider’ shares details on iPhone 8, Siri Speaker, Apple AR glasses, new iMacs and more

    MacBooks are getting internal updates this year with more major changes are planned for future models…

  7. Apple shouldn’t wait any longer to show the world they’re serious about Augmented Reality

    By now, most smartphone users have experienced some form of augmented reality on their phones…

  8. Apple updates ‘Mac Pro’ trademark to cover augmented reality displays, smartglasses and more

    Apple’s newly filed ‘Mac Pro’ trademark update…

  9. Apple is hiring NASA engineers

    Apple is hiring former NASA and Tesla employees as part of a self-driving car initiative…

  10. Apple hires NASA Augmented Reality guru

    Apple has hired Jeff Norris, a specialist in the new technology from NASA…

  11. Apple is working on several AR products, including glasses, but first in iPhone, sources say

    Investors impatient for Apple’s next breakthrough will be happy to know that Cook is very serious about A…

  12. Analyst: Here’s what will replace the iPhone

    Screens as we know them today will slowly disappear and be replaced by…

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