We have heard many rumors about Apple’s new augmented reality headset (called “Apple Glasses”), which is expected to be announced sometime in 2022. Created this new concept and imagined the Apple Glasses user interface inspired by iOS 14.
As Jordan pointed out, Apple’s website emphasizes the changes in the iOS 14 interface to make the element “compact” and focuses on giving users “quick access to information”, which is expected for an operating system running in a pair of glasses of.
These changes include a home screen widget, a new Siri interface and a non-intrusive call screen. With this in mind, Jordan created this concept to show how to show these elements to people wearing Apple Glasses.
It is assumed that Apple̵7;s glasses can present a UI, whether it is a projection or on a display. And assume that iOS 14 introduces a new UI paradigm, which will help a seamless transition to glasses. Now, let’s take a look at how almost every corner of the iPhone’s iOS 14 update can be worn directly on a pair of glasses and converted to UI.
For notifications, this concept uses a banner inspired by watchOS in the upper right corner of the field of view. You will see that these images use the new macOS Big Sur icon, and Jordan proves that icons with 3D elements and shadows should be more natural when covering the “real world”.
The new caller screen and Apple Maps navigation banner also perfectly match Apple Glasses.
“GlassOS” will automatically display widgets based on what is most important to the user, just like the smart widget stack on iOS 14.
You can also view many other examples on the concept page, including Siri, AirPods alerts, privacy indicators, translation apps, and more.
What do you think of this concept? In your opinion, what method should Apple take to create a new operating system for Apple Glasses? Let us know in the comments section below.
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