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If you were expecting the imminent arrival of Apple Augmented reality glasses, you better be patient. According to AppleInsider, Ming-Chi Kuo noted in one of his reports to analysts that the device it will not go on sale until 2022 … at least.

An analyst notes that one of the suppliers of parts of these glasses is GIS, especially the lensing. And according to the supplier's internal plans, marketing strategies are not used for two years. It could be, in short, a product that will launch in the long term.

2020, 2022 or 2023?

Rumors about these glasses have become more fragmented over time. Last year there was talk of a planned launch for 2020, and other sources have said similarly that we will not see them until 2023 (but they will forego the "hat" in 2022).

The good news is that at that time, the chips that Apple will create can provide a gaming experience that can leave us speechless. Who knew that this new Unreal Engine 5 video could translate to those glasses? It may seem impossible today, but it is rare in three years. The bad news is that the source also claims that the ringing of the lenses needed to have this means a high production price, which is already before us that the final sale price of those glasses will not be for everyone.

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