id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Apple This story is part of Apple Event, our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters. Apple's rumored venture into smart glasses did not come to fruition at the Apple iPhone 11 Pro event on Tuesday, but they're still an imminent possibility, as code found in the upcoming release of the company's iOS 13 mobile software suggests. 













On Twitter on Tuesday, developer Steven Troughton-Smith pointed out that the iOS 13 beta now contains StarBoard frameworks, Apple's shell system for stereo augmented reality apps. The iOS 13 gold master also includes a readme file for how employees can run these AR apps on an iPhone, if they don't have access to Apple's headset device, codenamed "Garta." The code suggests that the headset device could be worn or held.













StarBoard frameworks on iOS 13 now. StarBoard is Apple's system shell for stereo augmented reality apps (headset). Guess secrecy is out? pic.twitter.com/XTnlqQgpHh













— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) September 10, 2019 Rumors that Apple Glasses were on the way started in 2017. In August 2018, Apple acquired Akonia Holographics, a startup that produces lenses for AR glasses. 













Earlier this year, hotsexyporn the rumor mill kicked into high gear when Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Apple glasses could be ready as early as 2020. But in July, Digitimes reported on a rumor that the glasses project had been suspended for the time being, as the product was not yet ready or at a competitive enough price. 













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If you enjoyed this information and you would certainly such as to receive even more details regarding xxx hot porn sex videos kindly see our web site. Despite this, in September, internal builds of iOS 13 were found to include an app that can transform into a head-mounted mode, MacRumors reported. The iOS 13 code also included the internal file describing a system shell for stereo AR-enabled apps, and the Garta AR device, according to the report. A number of other strings referenced AR, as well as "views" and "scenes," they found. 













Apple is also working on a wireless headset for both AR and VR, slated for 2020, CNET's Shara Tibken exclusively wrote last year. 













Even if the glasses are announced within the next year, it's unlikely that they would hit the market in the immediate future. 













At the Tuesday event, Apple did announce the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Max phones, which include new features such as an upgraded camera at lower-than-usual pricing, but no major changes in form or function.
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