Apple is developing a smartphone-based smart glasses, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
The glasses would allow users to take selfies, listen to music, or use a variety of other apps.
According to the WSJ, Apple is currently working with the company that makes the glasses, Luxor, to develop the glasses.
Apple is reportedly working on a smart glasses that would offer a 360-degree view and would include a microphone and camera.
A wearable camera could also be integrated into the glasses to help the user interact with the user’s surroundings.
Luxor is a startup that makes smart glasses for smartphones, tablets, and other devices.
Luxordo CEO David Pestano said that Luxor will have a range of products in the pipeline, including the Luxor 360 Eye, a 360 VR headset, a headset that lets users see from a distance of up to 150 feet, and an iPhone-based app that allows users to communicate with friends, family, and loved ones using their iPhone.
Luxar, a company that sells other products that integrate cameras into glasses, said in a statement that it would also work with Apple on the glasses and that the company would “continue to work closely with Apple” to integrate the technology into Luxor products.