Technical issues have delayed Apple's AR glasses.

Apple is looking to expand its hardware lineup with the release of some new devices, in order to be ready for the future. Big tech companies such as Google, Meta, and Apple are all developing their own versions of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) headsets and glasses.

Apple’s AR glasses, which are separate from its mixed reality (AR/VR) headset due to be released later in the year, have reportedly been delayed yet again. No new release date has been given. This is not the only company developing AR glasses; Google has its own project, Iris, and Meta has its device, Nazaré, both of which are expected to be released in 2024.

Google is currently testing prototypes of its device, with the Artemis and HyperNova products being made available to developers first. Apple’s AR/VR headset is priced at around $3,000, but the company plans to release a more affordable model in 2024 or 2025, with prices starting at around $1,500.

For the latest updates on Apple’s AR glasses, keep an eye on‘s website. With the development of these new technologies, the future of AR and VR is looking more and more promising.

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