Apple taking AR to the next level with 5G Apple Glasses
By Guardian Exclusive
21 May 2020 | 3:26 pm
Tech giant, Apple is believed to be working on an Augmented Reality glasses set for some time. The AR or Augmented Reality glass is simply called "Apple Glasses’ which will run on 5G.
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