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HoloLens founder and Windows Insider chief say smartglasses will replace smartphones

One year ago   |   By Phone Arena

Back in June, former Wall Street analyst Gene Munster said that the AR powered Apple Glasses, expected to be launched in 2020, will be bigger than the Apple iPhone. And that analysis is similar to forecasts made by HoloLens creator Alex Kipman, and Windows Insider Chief Dona Sarkar. Both agree with Munster that AR smartglasses could soon surpass smartphones as our main go-to technology.
Kipman, who created HoloLens, says that the smartphone is already dead and that people just don't know it yet. The HoloLens uses a combination of real and virtual worlds to form Mixed Reality. The real ...
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