According to the Nikkei Asian Review, Catcher Technology, a Taiwanese company that provides metal frames and covers for devices such as the iPhone, iPad and MacBook, was selected to produce metal components for enhanced reality devices.Catcher CEO Allen Horng has refused to hold the company responsible for ordering, but this report inevitably raises questions about the reality goggles equipped with Apple rumors.
“In light of what we have realized, [new AR products] need to look great and be sufficiently light to wear … that makes the housings for such gadgets exceptionally confused to fabricate and there are still a considerable measure of difficulties to overcome at present,” Horng told experts and columnists amid an income gathering on Tuesday.
Rumor encompassing the alleged Apple Glasses have been twirling for quite a long time, yet Apple CEO Tim Cook subdued them fairly in a meeting with The Independent a month ago. At the time, Cook said that :the technology itself doesn’t exist to do [smart glasses] in a quality way,” which sounds like the difficulties Horng examined.
In any case, not every person was persuaded by Cook’s expulsion. Yuanta Investment Consulting examiner Jeff Pu says that is Apple as of now creating AR glasses, as well as that they will go at a bargain when the finish of 2019.
This isn’t the main Catcher news of the week either. Just yesterday, KGI Securities examiner Ming-Chi Kuo said in an examination take note of that Catcher has won new requests for iPhone segments into 2018. We would prefer not to peruse excessively into the planning of the two of news, yet unmistakably Apple and Catcher will keep on working together.