Akonia Holographics is a company focused on holographic data storage that was founded in 2012. This company was recently purchased by Apple to help them develop new augmented reality glasses.

We may see the first pair of augmented reality glasses from Apple in 2019 or 2020, or at least that’s what reports say. The good thing is that they’re is taking all the right steps to reach its goal. The new acquisition of Akonia Holographics seems to be a very important part of this project. This company owns over 200 patents related to holographic systems and materials. They have created the thinnest, lightest head-worn displays in the world. So, if we add this to the Vrvana purchase in November 2017, Apple may just be waiting for the right moment to surprise us with something amazing.

You May Also Like
iPhone production
Pocketnow Daily: iPhone 12 Displays: RISKY Changes? (video)
On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the latest iPhone 12 leaks, the next chapter in the Huawei ban, the camera in the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ and more
TSMC could soon announce plans for a US factory
TSMC could soon announce its plans to build a factory in the United States to manufacture Apple’s A-series chips
Apple gets preliminary approval to pay $500 million to settle iPhone throttling lawsuit
Apple has to wait for the final approval to pay $500 million to settle several lawsuits because it decided to throttle iPhone performance