Rumors that Apple is preparing Augmented Reality glasses are still there and now the author of YouTube channel Front Page Tech says he has already seen videos with a device prototype
Apple has been working on Augmented Reality glasses for a few years. Yesterday more details about the device surfaced, released by Jon Prosser, the author of FrontPage Tech, who claims to have seen videos with a working prototype.
According to Prosser, the glasses will have screens on both lenses, a sensor handle on the frame, and will be compatible for those who already wear glasses regularly.
Apple Glass (with this name that the glasses will be placed on the market) will be available with a price of around 499 dollars, reports Cnet. For those who already wear glasses on a daily basis, Apple will be able to prepare graduated lenses to integrate into Glass.
Apple Glass (name identical to the one Google chose for its glasses) will look similar to traditional glasses and will not have an integrated camera.
All content processing to be seen on Apple Glass will be done by the iPhone, which must be paired at all times, and, according to Prosser, the device will be able to be charged wirelessly, through its own base. The control of the content to be shown and actions to be carried out will be done through gestures in front of the device.
Remember that Tim Cook has already made it public that he believes that Augmented Reality will play an important role in the future of technology, possibly with an impact similar to that of the iPhone. Apple recently bought NextVR as a way to reinforce its focus on these segments.
Apple’s original plans included the presentation of the Apple Glass during the launching ceremony of the new generation iPhone, but the current pandemic context could lead the Cupertino company to postpone this idea until 2021.
Xiaomi Introduces HyperCharge 200W Cordless and 120W Cordless
In August 2020, Xiaomi announced the presence of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, which is the first smartphone with fast charging technology with 120W power.
Now after almost a year, Xiaomi has again announced a new fast-charging technology called HyperCharge which brings an improvement over their previous fast charging.
It is known that Xiaomi’s HyperCharge technology is capable of delivering power up to 200W wired and 120W wirelessly.
He claims that with this technology, they can charge a smartphone battery from 0 to 100% (full) capacity in 8 minutes with a cable and 15 minutes without a cable which is classified as very fast, which is breaking new records.
The charging trial was also carried out using a smartphone that has a battery with a capacity of 4,000 mAh. It can be seen that within three minutes, the battery which was originally at 50 percent can be fully charged using a cable.
Of course, now the question is what Xiaomi smartphone will come with this fast charging technology. It is very likely that this technology will be announced in the Xiaomi flagship smartphone which will be released at the end of 2021.
Apple Exhibits New Product Tracker for $29 Coin-Sized Item Tracker
Apple has just shown off its newest product line, the name AirTag. This is a coin-sized item tracker that Apple plans to sell for $ 29 in India.
Apple made this AirTag announcement at today’s Spring Loaded 2021 event, amid other announcements regarding Apple TV and the new iPhone 12 color variant.
The Apple AirTag is more of an accessory than a complete product, for someone who wants to have more than just an iPhone or MacBook in the Apple ecosystem.
AirTag lets you track items in Apple’s “Find My” app on iOS. Apple AirTags’ goal is to keep track of everyday items such as keys, wallets, or backpacks, and notify you whenever you are separated from them.
Reporting from The Verge, Wednesday (21/4/2021), the new Apple AirTag itself has an internal speaker, accelerometer, Bluetooth LE, and a user-replaceable battery.
Apple says trackers should last one year of battery life, and you can use an NFC tap to activate lost mode for items you want to track.
According to Apple, each AirTag is equipped with an Apple-designed U1 chip using Ultra-Wideband technology, enabling Precision Search for iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 users.
This allows the user to more accurately determine the distance and direction to the AirTag that is lost while it is in range. As the user moves, Precision Search combines input from the camera, ARKit, accelerometer, and gyroscope and then guides them to AirTag using a combination of sound, haptic, and visual feedback.
Xiaomi is developing a smartphone with 200W fast charging, seriously?
Xiaomi is now one of the technology companies from China that often brings new innovations to the smartphone industry, for example, from high-speed fast charging technology.
Recently, a well-known leaker on Weibo named Digital Chat Station has provided a little information regarding a new smartphone that is now being developed by Xiaomi.
It is stated that this smartphone made by Xiaomi has fast charging support of up to 200W of power. Even more surprising, the 200W power applies not only to wired charging but also wirelessly.
The Digital Chat Station also said that it is predicted that this smartphone with 200W fast charging technology will be launched in the second half of 2021.
It is also possible that the smartphone in question is the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, which leaks are currently circulating widely on the internet.
As information, in 2020 Xiaomi released the Mi 10 Ultra as a smartphone with the fastest fast charging feature, 120W. But now there are many other smartphones that support 120W fast charging such as iQOO 7 and Red Magic 6 Pro.
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