With a sixth developer beta already out and an expected release in September this year, iOS 11 is practically here already. Besides the new UI, smarter Siri assistant and the myriad of other end-user improvements this major update to Apple's mobile OS marks a clear push towards more open and convenient developer APIs. One new "Kit" in particular might have gone by mostly unnoticed by the general public, but we think it could hold a lot of promise for the future. The augmented reality future all us geeks have dream for ages might just be around the corner.
Without giving anything else away, check out what Angie makes of Apple's efforts and the future of AR as a whole. Who knows, we might just get you to share in the excitement as well.
VR have very big problems, its very clunky, awkward, heavy and very pricey tech. And you are in your own world and only you can enjoy it, very bad. VR won't success. Maybe you read news today where Vive price dropped 200dollars, well its still way wa...
AR is nothing but the side kick to real future, which is VR. AR doesn't not have any WOW factor, unlike VR which brings you to new worlds and so on
Apple pay, FaceTime, touch ID and many others, those came to my mind right away.