Apple begins experimental production of AR lenses
Apple begins experimental production of AR lenses

Apple is said to be working with Apple's largest manufacturer, Foxconn Taiwan, and the agency responsible for manufacturing most iPhones to develop augmented reality glasses that are used to make polarized and transparent glasses.

Although the Corona virus has disrupted much of the iPhone's business, it has not disrupted its plan to build the next big tech platform, augmented reality glasses.

A person familiar with the situation said: The lens, which is one of the basic elements of the mobile device on the head, went through the prototype stage two months ago and entered the trial production stage.

To learn to use augmented reality technology and the ARkit platform, the lens is important for showing its wearer computer generated images and photos that users see in the real world.

These lenses are said to take at least a year or two to enter mass production. However, they have gone through the prototype stage and are currently being manufactured for testing purposes. The test is said to have taken place after Foxconn had completed nearly three years of development work.

This moment is also associated with the acquisition of Akonia Holographics by Apple, a company specializing in liquid crystal displays, which displays images on special lenses on silicone screens.

The report notes that these lenses were developed for Apple's AR devices. So it is not clear whether it is intended for use in augmented reality glasses to be provided. For the first time in 2022 or when it was specially developed. Revolutionary glasses (Apple glasses) are designed this way. 2023.

People familiar with the topic said: the AR glasses were developed at the factory in Chengdu in southwest China, which is also the main production area for iPad. Apple seems satisfied with the design of the glasses. When I went to the technical verification test.

In May, these lenses participated in the EVT, where Apple usually manufactures thousands of lenses and begins testing their suitability for mass production.

The source said: The lens industry is very difficult. Since they are made up of several layers and made of different synthetic materials, they are very thin and should be made in a clean room more expensive than the larger glass hologram commonly used.

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