Apple may bring ‘Continuity’ features to its AR headset

Tech giant Apple is planning to bring “Continuity” features to its upcoming augmented reality (AR)– mixed reality (MR) headset (naked url).

The tech giant has filed a patent application titled “Multi-Device Continuity for use with Extended Reality (XR) Systems,” reports Gizmochina.

This indicates that the upcoming headset will come with support for Continuity features like Handoff or Universal Control that are already available on existing gadgets.

About 93 per cent of workers say they are now competing with the company that let them go.

Moreover, the report said that the tech workers reported a yearly salary increase of $13,000 on average after starting a company after a layoff.

Around 58 per cent of tech workers who started a company after a layoff feel better about their new job security.

For professional growth, more money, creating something new, leading others, being their own boss, difficulty getting hired, and others were the top reasons tech workers decided to start a company after being laid off.

Further, the report mentioned that for 40 per cent of respondents, the idea to start a company came between 6 and 12 months after getting laid off.

Nearly one-third had their lightbulb moment even sooner — in under six months — and the rest took a year or more to decide that owning a business was the next logical step in their career.

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