Apple's Extended Glasses, called Apple Glasses, are the latest boss from the American technology giant's product line. With the newly approved patent, AR glasses will be able to show you more details than your eye may notice.
When Apple Glasses will be ready to appear on the market, the reality display function will be extremely elaborate, elegant and scientific
The US Patent Office recently issued and released a patent that would allow Apple to offer customers glasses to get more detailed information about the objects and the environment.
The patent contains methods for "head-on display" (normally, Apple Glasses is not mentioned directly, but you can guess what it is all about) to display Point of Interest information with small indicators that will show additional details.
Users will be able to get more details about the environment and objects by clicking the finger of the view in their field of view. The front camera of the device (which should have a built-in depth sensor) recognizes the move and displays more or less information about the selected object. For now, we are not sure how the additional information will be displayed on Apple Glasses, without disturbing the user's work.
Apple Glasses glasses should be directly linked to the iPhone's operating system and will not display a virtual but extended reality. Their launch on the market is scheduled for 2021.