Kuo says the glasses will run on MacBook chips, and the processing power will help the glasses stand out from competitors.
He indicates the headset would have one processor with the same computing power as the Mac, while another chip would handle sensor-related computing.
Kuo predicts that Apple would position the glasses as a standalone device and not an accessory.
Earlier this month, Apple filed for a new patent for its glasses that will allow only the iPhone owner to clearly view content on the phone's display (using the glasses), and would block others from viewing the screen, by making its content illegible.
The glasses could reportedly be priced between $2,000 and $3,000.
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