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iOS 17 rumored to turn an iPhone lock screen into a smart home display
Reliable leaker claims Apple VR tester was 'blown away' by headset trialImagine if Apple’s AR device was more than just a gaming accessory. What if it was a health device too. Glasses that could aid eyesight by automatically adjusting focal length and clarity for the wearer. Able to adjust for colour blindness, recognise potential hazards and provide alerts and directional information, provide UV protection and better eyesight in low-light conditions, and even provide assistive hearing through bone conduction. Sounds like an awful lot to ask, I know, but I believe that this would the the type of device that people would buy, and use. AR/VR Gaming has its place, but not for the masses. We buy devices that do stuff for us, and make our lives easier.
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