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Apple’s next big thing? The Augmented-reality headset, to launch at the beginning of next year, the report said

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Apple may be getting close to the launch of its much-anticipated augmented-reality headset, according to an influential analyst.

The report of the TF-International, Securities analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo and obtained by Apple-centric website MacRumors, it says that the headset will most likely have to begin in the second quarter of 2020. He had expected the headset to launch in the latter part of the year.

Kuo, not to mention the price of the headset, even though, the analyst said that Apple should work with third-party brands for wearable technology.

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The headset, which can be sold as an accessory for the iPhone, according to Kuo, has been rumored for a number of years.

By 2017, the iPhone maker filed a patent for a glasses-style device, which harnesses augmented reality (AR), which lets you see how it works with your device and overlay it with information about objects in the real world. In this case, it is the technology that can be used in conjunction with a smart phone, but also with a semi-transparent spectacle, or a pair of glasses”, or both, of the devices in conjunction with each other.

Earlier this year, Apple also filed a patent for a “mixed-reality headset, which could have been equipped with sensors to track users’ facial features, the eyes and the hands. The patent, filed in March, 2019 at the latest, and is well-known as a Display System With Sensors, and shows that Apple is investigating how the combined (or added to) the reality of the translation of cell-phones, a pair of glasses.

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook made the comments in 2016, and that a significant proportion of the population in the developed world, and, ultimately, all of the countries, augmented-reality-experience, as it is to eat three meals in a day.”

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News.

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