According to foreign media BGR, iPhone is one of the most popular and representative devices in history, and continues to be the most important product of apple. However, one day, different types of devices may replace iPhone and general smart phones. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hinted at such a future in an interview with YouTube celebrity marquees Brownlee, who discussed Facebook’s entry into virtual and augmented reality. < / P > < p > although Zuckerberg has been careful to publicly criticize Apple’s iPhone, he does suggest that future communications may not involve physical screens, and has made no secret that Facebook will compete in this area. < p > < p > marques Brownlee recently interviewed Zuckerberg and spent 15 minutes talking about a very special technology sector: hardware. When you think of Facebook and Zuckerberg, topics like poor user privacy and personal data management, election manipulation, and suspicious business practices may be the most important concerns. However, this is not what Brownlee was talking about in the interview. He focuses entirely on the future of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). The CEO provides a rare opportunity for viewers to learn about his vision of the two technologies that Facebook is working on through oculus. < p > < p > a series of leaked news said that Apple was making its own ar glasses. Initially, these devices will work with the iPhone and need to connect wirelessly to the device like the apple watch. Apple must develop the technology now, long before similar ideas from other companies develop more. This is because future versions of AR glasses may not need to be paired with actual smartphones. If a wearable device that looks like ordinary glasses is powerful enough to project any hologram in front of the user’s eyes, you don’t need to put a physical screen in your pocket to see the screen and interact with the application. The gadget will let users touch a virtual screen, and users will interact with it through gestures, without the physical objects in their hands. It has been proved that this is Zuckerberg’s vision for the future of AR glasses, which is also the direction of AR and VR efforts in the next few years. The CEO told Brownlee that there are major new technology platforms around the world every 15 years. Each “provides more immersive experiences, allowing us to communicate with people, businesses and things we care about around the world, but with a higher fidelity.”. The mobile phones in people’s pockets are already “quite amazing,” he said. “You have this incredibly powerful computer in your pocket, but this is not the end point,” Zuckerberg explained. Mobile phones pull people out of the world around them, they’re immersive, and they do it with a relatively small screen. Speaking of the next generation platform, Zuckerberg said: “the essence of virtual and augmented reality is that you need a technology to provide that sense of being, that is, the feeling that you’re actually there with another person, and all the different feelings that would normally be there.” < / P > < p > compared with the present screen centric experience, VR and AR will provide users with new experiences, which will be more immersive than before. ‘through mobile phones, tablets and TVs, you’re persuading your brain that you’re somewhere else, ‘Mr. Zuckerberg said. But VR and AR actually make the brain believe you’re somewhere else. These devices will be able to project people and objects in real time and involve other senses, including sound and touch. < p > < p > Zuckerberg said ar glasses would be “ordinary glasses that look good, not super thick glasses.”. They’re going to be devices that last a whole day and can project holograms into the world. < / P > < p > all of these are meaningful for AR and VR, with special emphasis on the latter. Zuckerberg said the “three in one” thing he was thinking about was still further away. “Once we have really good mature ar glasses, we don’t even need another screen,” he said, making sure he never mentioned smartphones. “Like TVs and tablets, it could be digital holograms,” and it could be an experience that requires a physical screen before being driven by an application. Although Facebook’s CEO did not publicly attack apple in an interview, he admitted that apple and other companies may be developing ar devices, but said no one has invested as much as Facebook. He made it clear that he had been using Samsung phones for years, and that he instructed other Facebook executives to use Android instead of the iPhone like everyone else. A few weeks ago, Facebook also blamed apple for stricter privacy measures in IOS 14. Global Tech