As Tim Cook himself said: Augmented reality is better than virtual reality, and that was more than just a reflection. In fact, Apple’s CEO seemed to confirm somehow the company’s commitment to this technology, especially given the amount of movement that Cupertino has given in this direction.
Will we see any augmented reality products with the apple logo? Everything seems to indicate that we will, although we didn’t know when or from whom. Until today, or at least that’s what the rumor says: Apple will present its first AR glasses next year and from the hand of Carl Zeiss no more and no less.
The hare has raised the famous Robert Scoble in an entry on his Facebook wall that has presented as ‘exclusive’ and eye, which refers to information leaked to him directly by an employee of Carl Zeiss , so it seems that it could have its solvency. Scoble refers exactly to a pair of lightweight glasses with AR that could be announced this very year .
This alleged development would explain why Carl Zeiss did not bring a single prototype of augmented reality glasses to his big stand at the CES, given the logical secrecy of those working with Apple. Ming-Chi Kuo also anticipated that Apple was working on AR products, but was rather more cautious about the timeline: he was talking about 1 to 2 years before seeing anything on the market.