Apple is introducing a new pair of glasses that allow the iPhone to view photos from the iPhone’s camera.
The new pair, which will be available on September 12, is the first to use a special new technology that can create the illusion of 3D by “re-imagining the physical lens.”
That technology was invented by a team at MIT’s Media Lab in 2013, but the company has since developed an app that allows the glasses to do it.
The glasses are designed to fit iPhone 7 or 7 Plus models with an optical fiber that’s specially engineered to allow the lenses to be more “naturalistic.”
That means that the lenses look more like regular glasses, and can be rotated independently of one another.
The technology is designed to help the new iPhones look more natural in photos that feature bright, colorful colors.
The company said that the new glasses will allow the new iPhone 7 models to capture images of objects in the real world that they might not normally be able to.
Apple’s “real world-oriented lens” technology allows for a “tilt-shift effect,” allowing images from the camera to appear in a more natural way.
The effect is achieved by using a special lens designed to change shape when the device is tilted.
In an interview with The Verge, Apple said that when the new lenses are used in tandem with its “3D-optimized iPhone” they can help the iPhone look more realistic in photos taken with the camera.