Apple could be focusing on three prime areas; In a short interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook, Cook revealed that the tech giant Apple is looking for new adventures with its resources.
Cook said in the interview: “We are very concerned about augmented reality, we are very concerned about artificial intelligence, we are very concerned about autonomous driving.” Cook described these things as “core technologies” and will be applied in “various ways.”
It is beyond doubt that Apple’s consciousness unveiled by Tim is carefully linked with the speculation of Apple’s forthcoming exploit AR/VR mixed reality headsets, AR glasses, and self-driving car projects to develop the adamantine kingdom of Apple further.
Tim Cook also shared about manual repair systems for Apple products, while talking about that Cook said,” We realized that some people that wanted to do this and they’re trained to do this, they’re the popular mechanism crowd’s, so it feels so good to put manual out there and get the parts out there that enable people’s to do this, still if you’re not comfortable doing that we encourage you to come to Apple store and get it done for you, that’s the best way perhaps for most people” in this brief interview Cook dithers to talk candidly about Apple’s upcoming projects, Cook perhaps educated in specific university to calmly redirect contentious questions by turning the topic to the products that can be purchased this season, surprisingly, this time he opened up straightforwardly.
Apple AR (head-mounted display and glasses), AI, and autonomous driving (cars) are all mystery that has been disclosed, but this time Cook has hinted at their existence. Apple has been venturing virtual reality and augmented reality inventiveness for the past ten years, considering the patent filings that Apple registered in the past. Still, with virtual and augmented reality detonated in popularity with the launch of ARKit, Apple’s peddling is heightened earnest and is likely to lead to an AR/VR product in 2022. Apple allegedly to built a secret research department with hundreds of employees working on AR and VR and transpires ways to high-tech technologies that could be used in future Apple products.