- At the recent WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) in California, Apple announced a tool called ARKit, which has been designed to provide advanced Augmented Reality (AR) features and capabilities on iOS.
- Apple announced that the new iOS 11 (released this fall) will support ARKit for Augmented Reality (AR).
- - In short, it integrates the iOS device camera and motion features to produce Augmented Reality experiences in iOs apps.
- But this announcement means Apple’s devices and software will now be primed to enable AR features from the outset.
- ARKit, on the other hand, will be available across all iOS devices, making it — according to Federighi — the “largest AR platform in the world.”
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