Users wearing “Apple Glass,” or other Apple AR headsets, may turn any surface into a keyboard — and display typing over the keys to help hunt-and-peck typists. Keyboard operation with head-mounted device,” is concerned with helping you type faster, and even do so without an actual keyboard. The operation of a keyboard, another input device, and/or any surface can be enhanced by features of a head-mounted device, which can display feedback, outputs, or other features based on the user’s actions. For example, the head-mounted device can display text generated by the user’s operation of the keyboard,” it continues. The text can be displayed in a manner that allows a user to readily see the keyboard, the user’s hands, and the text that is generated by operation of the keyboard. So without even glancing up occasionally to see that you’re typing what you think you are, you would be able to see exactly what you’re doing. The head-mounted device can further display features that facilitate the user’s operation of the keyboard,” says Apple. “For example, suggested text, keystrokes, or other features correlated with keys of the keyboard can be displayed for selection by a user.