$200 high-definition glasses will hit shelves this summer

Posted September 29, 2018 09:15:54Apple announced today that it will begin selling high-def digital cinema glasses in the United States in September.

The glasses are currently available through the company’s website, and can be purchased with an additional $100 in shipping charges.

Apple is also releasing a $200 “high-definition” glasses in July that will be priced at $200.

That’s not a huge jump from the $200 that the company sells its $1,000 high-end cinema glasses.

The company will begin shipping high-dynamic range glasses in September, and they’ll have an optional lens that will allow you to adjust the resolution from 4K to 5K, the company said in a press release.

Apple will be selling the glasses in several different colors, including red, green, blue, yellow, orange, pink, black, and white.

Apple said that the high-resolution glasses will be available starting in September for $199, and the $1k glasses will cost $299.

The $200 glasses will launch in early October.

The new high-density digital cinema glass will be compatible with the new Cinema 4D technology that is being rolled out in high-quality 1080p displays.

Apple is also rolling out a new app that will make the new high resolution digital cinema technology even more useful.

Apple’s $1K Cinema 4K glasses are compatible with 4K displays, and Apple says that they can be used to record HD movies in 720p or 1080p.

The company says that the glasses will provide a 1080p experience, but the device won’t display any of the 4K content that you’ll find on the standard cinema screens.

Apple says that its $200 hi-def glasses are designed to improve color accuracy and reduce eye strain, but they’ll also provide a higher level of visual acuity than the current $1 million Cinema 4 HD glasses that cost $700 each.

The new high definition digital cinema lenses will be cheaper than the $2k and $3k glasses.