Apple Glass exposed: performance, design, and price in a new leak from Prosser

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The augmented reality glasses Apple just been unveiled partly thanks to a leak of the YouTuber Jon Prosser. Prosser has revealed in recent months numerous details of Apple's unannounced products, so your information must be taken into account. In his new video, we see a reconstruction of the Apple Glass as well as its operation, price, and other details of interest. Let's go there.
Prosser begins by talking about Apple Glass with the main course: the price. According to the YouTuber, Apple Glass will cost $ 499 plus the cost of graduating the glasses. Those of us expecting a higher price of, say, $ 999, breathed some relief. If this point is confirmed, Apple would be playing the same card as with the original iPad, which rumors placed for $ 1,000 and finally stayed in the middle.credit: third party image reference
The graduation of the crystals is a cost that is paid separately. These crystals would be placed in the mount of the Apple Glass. Below, Prosser has broken down more information about this product:
  • The data processing will take place on the iPhone. A point that reminds us of the original Apple Watch.
  • Prosser claims to have seen a prototype in plastic material but believes that the final material could change.
  • The final product, therefore, will vary but not too much. It will look like normal glasses.
  • It will have a LiDAR sensor on the right side, the same type that is in the iPad Pro 2020, and that is expected in both iPhone 12 Pro.
  • Charging the battery will be wireless through a plastic charger included in the box. The glasses are placed upside down during charging.
The absence of cameras other than the LiDAR sensor is explained for privacy reasons. The company would not want Apple Glass to face the same kind of rejection that occurred with Google Glass many years ago, a device that was never widely adopted among the general public.credit: third party image reference
Screens on both lenses, interface, and interaction via gestures
When it comes to glasses, there are two places to place a screen: both glasses. Apple has chosen to put screens on both, instead of putting a single screen on one side. The interface of Apple Glass has been dubbed "Starboard", which refers to the right side of a boat. Remember that the iOS interface is known as "Springboard".

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