Apple's AR glasses may come in 'heritage' Steve Jobs frames meant to mimic late ...

Apple's augmented reality glasses may come in 'heritage' edition Steve Jobs frames meant to mimic the late CEO's iconic eyeware Reports suggest that Apple will release limited edition AR glasses The frames will mimic glasses worn by late Apple CEO, Steve Jobs  Neither the price nor the supply have been reported 

By James Pero For Dailymail.com

Published: 23:38 BST, 22 May 2020 | Updated: 23:38 BST, 22 May 2020

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Yet another leak on Apple's anticipated augmented reality glasses suggests they will come with frames meant to evoke those worn by the tech giant's late CEO Steve Jobs.

According to frequent leaker, Jon Prosser, who has reported several other pieces of intel on Apple's augmented reality glasses, the company will release a limited supply of 'Steve Jobs Heritage Edition' glasses once the devices are unveiled.

Apple's late CEO, Steve Jobs, donned glasses with circular frames throughout the years. That style will allegedly be replicated in a limited edition version of Apple's upcoming AR glasses (stock)

Apple's late CEO, Steve Jobs, donned glasses with circular frames throughout the years. That style will allegedly be replicated in a limited edition version of Apple's upcoming AR glasses (stock)

It's not clear what the limited edition specs will cost, but they will allegedly resemble the circular frames often worn by Jobs. 

The move would mirror other past special edition items from the company - notably a $10,000 gold iteration of Apple's first generation watch.

While there's chance that the plans could changed before Apple releases the glasses in the Fall, Prosser has successfully predicted prior release dates of Apple's next Macbook and the iPhone SE. 

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