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Tim Cook says AR will be way bigger than VR

Virtual reality (VR) is exploding right now. The PlayStation VR just launched for the PS4, and there are other interesting products out there, including Facebook’s Oculus, and HTC’s Vive. But Apple will have none of it, as it thinks the future is elsewhere: augmented reality (AR). DON’T MISS: Here’s how Samsung might kill the Galaxy Note brand without actually killing it The problem with VR is that it keeps users tethered to a machine, vastly limiting their options.
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