Apple Glass, iPhone 12, Macs with Apple Silicon and more may launch in September and October
These events could see the arrival of iPhone 12 series, new Apple Watch, Apple Glass, iPad models and AMD-based Mac devices.
Apple seems all set to launch more than just iPhones later this year. The firm, as per, a tipster will have two events – one scheduled for September 8 and the second one on October 27. These events could see the arrival of iPhone 12 series, new Apple Watch, Apple Glass, iPad models and AMD-based Mac devices.
In the September 8 event, the firm is said to launch the iPhone 12 series in addition to Apple Watch Series 6, iPad models and interestingly, Air Power as well. Although there have been rumours of Apple launching a new Air Power device but nothing concrete is known so far. The first version was however, scrapped and was never launched.
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However, there will be an October 27 event wherein the firm is said to feature the iPad Pro models, Apple Mac with AMD processors, which in all likeliness is said to include the MacBook and MacBook 13, and Apple Glass. For those unaware, Apple Glass is one of the most anticipated devices. We have only heard rumours about it and no leaks as such. So, it is not for sure if we will see this product for sure by October. Some reports have mentioned that this AR product will take around 2 years to enter mass production.
As per the latest reports, Apple’s Glass product is said to feature a semi-transparent lenses.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman had reported that Apple’s AR and VR projects have been hampered by “internal divisions” on the matter of Apple emphasising on graphics and processing power in a design what connects wirelessly to a nearby hub makes sense or should the headset be more personal with lesser capabilities but something that can be contained entirely within the headset.
Apple has multiple AR and VR projects in the works besides just this one headset which is code named N301. There are a pair of sleeker AR glasses, codenamed N421, that might be launched in 2023.