Apple Watch and iPhone hold tantalizing clues to Apple’s future AR glasses

Unlike Facebook, Apple already has a fully developed and extremely popular wrist sensor device in the Apple Watch. This year, Apple’s decision to add hand gestures as a new accessibility option could eventually play a major role in the operation of the company’s AR glasses. The motion sensors in the Apple Watch 7 can detect four different kinds of hand gestures—a finger-and-thumb touch and release (Apple calls this a “pinch”), a double-pinch, a fist clinch and release, and a fist double-clinch.

Link: Apple Watch and iPhone hold tantalizing clues to Apple’s future AR glasses
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