Thinking you might want smart glasses at some point but you already have prescription lenses? Apple may have a solution.
The tech giant on Tuesday was awarded a patent for smart glasses that include “tunable lenses” – i.e. they can be adjusted to provide clear vision without the need for separate glasses.
Might this work with Apple’s recently announced Vision Pro headset?
“Apple’s granted patent relates to eyeglasses that may be worn by a user and may include one or more adjustable lenses each aligned with a respective one of a user’s eyes. For example, a first adjustable lens may align with the user’s left eye and a second adjustable lens may align with the user’s right eye,” reports PatentlyApple.
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