With Apple's AR glasses, customers can evaluate merchandise facet by facet


One of the joys of shopping online is that you can compare prices easily and quickly. For example, suppose you go into a store and see an item that you like but that feels a little too expensive. All you have to do is pull up your phone, type in the name of the product, and find alternative retailers and prices.

This is something Apple envisions for its future smart glasses, based at least on a patent discovered by Patently Apple. The patent found that Apple had an idea for its smart glasses that would allow users to quickly compare products side by side by looking at them and through the lenses of their wearable.

According to Apple, the method mentioned at the beginning of the article is not very efficient and can take longer than necessary, which we all agree. The patent not only compares pricing, but also describes how information about a product can be obtained, e.g. For example, if it is a food product or medicine, can display ingredients and possibly even effectiveness, ratings, ratings, etc.

It's an interesting idea, and it could almost be the case for smart glasses, but whether they'll be as effective as Apple plans to do remains to be seen. The company has long been rumored to be developing its own smart glasses, but when exactly they will debut is really unclear.

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Katherine Clark