News tagged ‘Augmented Reality’
According to the recent report from Axios, some major updates of iOS 12 will come out in 2019. Apple will instead focus on bug fixing and stability of the upcoming iOS.
The report from TechCrunch tells that Apple has obtained the company Vrvana that works on AR headsets. Apple paid around $30 million for the startup. The headset is called Totem.
Apple now lets customers download 150MB instead of 100MB from App Store over the cellular data.
Apple has introduced its new products on Special Apple Event in Steve Jobs Theater. Everything we expected from this event is confirmed.
The September 12th event is going to reveal a lot of Apple’s new products.
Apple has sent invitations to iPhone 8 announcement event, confirming the rumored date, September 12th. The event will take place in Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park.
Apple’s going to introduce the augmented reality support in its iOS 11. Some developers are already thinking about how this technology can be applied to the everyday life of the users.
A report claims that not all new iPhone features will be really a surprise in the smartphone world.
Apple will release its new iOS version in September and now we can focus on its best new features revealed so far.
Apple started to seed fifth betas to developers and public beta testers.
Thanks to the new iPhone specs, it is possible Apple will produce devices for augmented reality in the future.
Recently, a CAD-file from Nodus company that makes cases has leaked. After visualizing it, it appears that new iPhone will have a considerably bigger lock button, vertical camera and no Touch ID on the rear cover.
According to the latest report from Fast Company, the next-generation iPhone will feature a rear-facing 3D laser system for augmented reality features and better autofocus. The new system, as well as the face scanner and all-new Touch ID may delay the release of the phone. Apple is having difficulties adding new features and making all system work properly.
Since April, Apple has been adding specific types of products like smart glasses, virtual and augmented reality displays etc. to the list of updated trademarks that cover Mac Pro and iMac Pro computers as well as the ARKit framework for developing augmented reality apps.
According to the latest report from usually reliable analyst Gene Munster, Apple will release a pair of AR-glasses. This new product may be launched in 2020. The analyst says that the Cupertino-based tech giant is currently investing heavily in the augmented reality and related technologies, so the release of the new product is only a matter of time.