Possible specifics for Apple’s long-rumored augmented-reality smart glasses have come to light. On Tuesday, Jon Prosser, Front Page Tech host and frequent Apple leaker, claimed that the glasses will go by “Apple Glass" and revealed details about the price and expected launch.

According to Prosser, who claims to have viewed a prototype via video, Apple Glass will cost $499 and will be compatible with prescription lenses. They will be able to pair with iPhones and can be controlled by hand gestures performed in front of them. Prosser also said that the Glass will be designed to look like a normal pair of eyeglasses, meaning that they will most likely not include a built-in camera.

Prosser said that the announcement of Apple Glass has been pushed back to some time in 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on supply chains. The announcement had been planned as a surprise to go along with the reveal of the new iPhones coming later this year. Recent reports have suggested a late 2021 or early 2022 release date for Apple Glass.

Prosser’s report further details the AR technology in Apple’s glasses. The right temple will purportedly have a lidar sensor, similar to the one included in the latest iPad Pro models, which allows for smoother, cutting edge AR integration.

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