A few months ago, it was rumored that Apple would be launching a drone that could fly up to 30 feet in the air, and that it would use a similar technology to Google Glass.
Now, Apple’s new drone could actually fly up above the ground.
The new drone, called the “Apple Parrot,” is actually a smaller version of the Apple Parrot.
Its wingspan is 10 feet, its maximum takeoff height is 10,000 feet, and it’s designed to be a “micro drone” that can be carried with you on a trip.
This is similar to what Google Glass uses.
The company is planning to debut the drone at an event in San Francisco on February 13, but it’s unclear when it will go on sale.
Apple Parrots were first teased by the media back in December.
According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the drone is actually “designed to fly up in the sky and land on its own,” and it can hover in mid-air for up to 10 seconds.
It can also fly autonomously, and Apple says it can land “without a pilot.”
Apple is not the first company to announce a drone capable of flying over the ground at high speeds.
The FAA banned commercial drones in the United States last year, and the company has been working to get more of its products to the market.
Apple has also been working on an “infra-red” camera that would work in conjunction with Apple Glass.
The device could help Apple better identify objects in the world, and could even give a remote location on the ground a much better picture.