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Apple Glass: the March 8, 2022 keynote could tease the augmented reality headset
The Apple Glass could soon reveal some secrets. According to a video published by an Apple executive, the augmented reality headset would make a brief appearance during the keynote on March 8, 2022. Apple would offer a first glimpse of the performance of the accessory on this occasion.
The launch of Apple Glass is fast approaching. According to several reputable industry sources, Apple should finally announce its mixed reality headset, combining augmented reality and virtual reality, by the end of the year. While some leaks are counting on a presentation during the fall keynote, others believe that the Cupertino giant could offer an overview of the accessory during the first semester.
In this context, Apple has just announced the organization of a keynote on Tuesday March 8, 2022. The brand is expected to unveil the third generation iPhone SE, the first 5G compatible model, and a new iPad Air. It is rumored that Apple would also take advantage of this to show what the virtual reality headset will be capable ofwhich has been in development for several years.
A first glimpse of Apple Glass would be imminent
Ahead of the keynote, Greg Joswiak, head of marketing at Apple, posted a video on his Twitter account. The short sequence shows the Apple logo floating, in augmented reality, on the stage at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park campus. As our colleagues at Tech Radar point out, the video clearly shows the place as it actually exists.
According to the media, it could well be an element that indicates the presence, probably very brief, of Apple Glass during the keynote. The video dwells at length on the effects of augmented realitywith ripples and different colors.
Additionally, Greg Joswiak states in his tweet: “performance peek”. We will be surprised that the manager mentions performance when the two expected products, iPhone SE and iPad Air, are not among the brand’s most powerful terminals.
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As a reminder, Apple has often used augmented reality to teaser a keynote. The firm often offers an experience that allows you to float an apple logo, which takes the form of a portal, in augmented reality with your iPhone wherever you want. This is also the case this time if you go to the official Apple website with an iPhone. Nevertheless, these elements suggest that Tuesday’s keynote could have a nice surprise in store for us.