Posts Tagged ‘AR’

Apple is reportedly adding bonus AR content to some Apple TV+ shows starting next year. Here is everything you need to know.

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vApple quietly just bought an AR company Camerai according to a new report. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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We haven’t yet seen iOS 14 running on a device but at this rate we’re going to know all about it before it’s announcement next month.

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Up and coming Apple leaker, Jon Prosser, has today shared a video where he has outed pretty much everything relating to Apple’s AR glasses. And it makes for an interesting watch.

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This iPhone AR app and accessory lets you test for coronavirus right at home. Here is everything you need to know.

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Apple has just acquired a new VR startup company that broadcasts VR content. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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According to Ming-Chi Kuo, a new iPad mini with larger display and a 10.8-inch iPad is coming soon, but we shouldn’t expect AR glasses from Apple until 2022. Here are the details.

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You can now bring famous paintings to your home with the new [AR]T Museum app for the iPhone. Here are the details on it.

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Leaked images show Apple’s AR/VR headset controller and a crosswalk bowling game being tested. Here are the details on this.

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Apple is expected to announce iOS 14 at WWDC this June with the update being made available to users this coming September if the usual release cadence is to be followed. We’re still three months away from the first developer betas being made available, but 9to5Mac has been able to get hold of the update in some form. And it seems that it’s going to include a new augmented reality app.

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Apple has expanded AR Quick Look feature in iPhone and iPad by allowing stores to add buy buttons into their apps. Here are the details.

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iPad Pro with a 3D sensor could be released in 2020, followed by an AR / VR headset and glasses in 2022-2023 according to a new report. Here are all the details on it.

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