Before the end of 2019, new rumors and details have been announced that Apple's virtual lenses have been invented. And although there is no real guarantee, these Apple glasses have been a source of much speculation. The iPhone 12 could now be contacted directly because of the 802.11 ay Wi-Fi technology.
802.11 a and bandwidth
Jason Cross of MacWorld says in one of his posts that 802.11 a and the return of technology created 10 years ago and is currently likely to be used.
" About 10 years ago, the Wireless Gigabit Alliance (a group of companies including Apple, Intel, AMD, Broadcomm, Qualcomm and others) came together to create a standard 60 GHz bandwidth standard. Call it WiGig because it offered gigabit speeds, but its official IEEE designation is 802.11ad (once)
802.11a is the second coming of WiGig. Finally confirmed in 2019, it is a good development of a WiGig agreement that still uses 60 GHz frequency band, but should go further and provide more bandwidth. Transfers up to 44 gigabits per second, and can connect 4 transmissions at a rate of 176 gigabits per second. That's almost as fast as HDMI 2.1 streaming! Sure, working in the real world will be a lot cheaper, but it's still a surprising improvement over the Wi-Fi you are used to.
IPhone 12 and WiGig
Recently Japanese media outlets have revealed that the iPhone 12 will feature this new "Wi-Fi" to improve AirDrop technology, and although this bandwidth may be considered new, the fact is that it is still it does not have the ability to enter on a large scale. That is to say, it does not have the ability to use a large wall, for example, but it does it can make data transfer faster and farther away. So how does this relate to the iPhone 12 and the upcoming Apple Glass? Said Cross.
" The exciting part of 802.11a is that it provides enough high bandwidth and low enough latency that it can be used to send data to high resolution screens and high refresh rates. Like, say, virtual reality or unpleasant virtual devices.
Apple glasses they can work with a direct connection to the iPhone 12. This will serve as a transmission between the two devices, giving Apple lenses all the information needed to run in real time.
" It has long been rumored that Apple is working on glasses with at least AR, possibly AR and VR combined. All processing of your AR / VR experience is possible in headsets, making it a completely independent product, but doing so makes it bigger, harder, more expensive and shortens battery life.
Another way to make a device is a set of screens and cameras with all the processing of some kind of channel, such as its new iPhone 12. Ultra high speed and super low latency as provided by 802.11 a and are necessary For that to work.
At the moment we do not know what will happen, however, this statement and all its arguments reflect the view that it would have been very interesting and could point to Apple as a company that uses Vr / Ar for all its technology.
It will be a matter of waiting a while, because rumors suggest that The launch of Apple Glasses will not be over soon And who knows, maybe it's because this technology is being developed that can provide a unique and wonderful experience.