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Apple Laying The Groundwork For Glasses

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Apple Laying The Groundwork For Glasses

2019-06-12 08:26:171 Oct 2018 01:53 AM EST

According to Business Insider, Apple is reportedly working on a pair of smart glasses to debut sometime in 2020. At its 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple introduced new tools for developers and consumers built around augmented reality. That's the same technology that's expected to be the centerpiece of Apple's rumored smart glasses.

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