Apple apparently still working on an AR glasses. The evidence for such an augmented reality device in any case condense: treasure trove for new clues is iOS 13.
Apple apparently tests AR headset with iOS 13
Internal test versions of iOS 13 include an app called "STARTester" that has a headset mode, writes MacRumors. The portal claims to have access to internal documents. It may be possible to simulate a type of AR glasses that are connected to the iPhone.
The internal iOS version also suggests that Apple also works on a stereo headset. Whether these references also refer to AR glasses is unclear.
Many are already using it as a kind of AR device: Apple's AirPod – colorfully packaged here in a Korean version Apple-Spot:
AR device code-named "Garta" in iOS 13 discovered
A Readme file in the special iOS version indicates a software system called "StarBoard" for stereo AR apps, writes MacRumors. The name can also be found in the software code, which also refers to Augmented Reality, for example ARStarboard View Controller and ARStarboard Scene Manager. In the same file you have also discovered the code name "Garta", behind which an AR device is supposed to be.
We'll have all of them soon Apple-Glasses on? So this could look like this:
Unambiguously, albeit unconcrete, these clues are, however, appearing at Apple something to do in terms of AR glasses: In early August it was announced that the manufacturer has its AR team with a longtime AppleManager has stepped up.