In the future, Facebook plans to change the world of technology.
The Meta Company, which is now known as Facebook, is working on a smartwatch that can take photos and videos.
A photo of the Meta Smart Watch, which looks identical to the Apple Watch, has been released, according to social media reports.
The watch has a camera on the screen, according to app developer Steve Moser, who discovered the image in the company’s software for controlling Ray Ban‘s AR sunglasses.
The device might be called Milan, according to the app’s code, and it will take videos and photographs that can be transferred to a phone.
The product’s supporting company, Facebook, is already working on the third generation, which will be published at different time periods.
Facebook says it plans to release a smartwatch by 2022, but no date has been set.
It should be noted that, as part of the Rai Broadband program, Facebook has changed its name to Meta.
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg renamed the company “Meta” on October 28 and now writes “From Meta” instead of “From Facebook” on updated versions of all apps and websites owned by the company. Has been started.
WhatsApp added the phrase “from Facebook” to its app a year ago; before, it had not displayed the message from its parent organization for many years.
After WhatsApp, ‘From Meta’ will soon be available on Instagram, Oculus, and Facebook’s respective apps. The names of all the company’s websites and applications will remain the same under the new name, and the company will continue to operate as it has in the past.
Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder of Facebook, has announced that “we have changed our name to Meta“.
According to Facebook management, now that our name is what we do, users will be able to work, communicate, and play games in a virtual environment, whereas the new name is attempting to change the image of Facebook as a social media company.
According to Facebook’s creator, “Our brand is currently firmly connected to a product (Facebook), but it is hoped that we will be viewed as a metaverse corporation over time.”
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, planned to announce the name change on October 28 during the company’s annual conference.