Posts Tagged ‘ARKit’

Here’s iOS 13 ARKit 3 compatibility list which confirms whether your iPhone or iPad device will be compatible with it or not.

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Alongside new versions of iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, Apple announced tools that developers can start working with right away, including Project Catalyst (previously known as Marzipan), SwiftUI, ARKit 3, and others. Here are the details.

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We’re hearing plenty of claims about what we can expect to see when WWDC kicks into gear in June, and while macOS has been the focus of many of the rumours, a new report talks about iOS 13 with improved Siri support believed to be on the horizon.

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Seller of all things spectacles, Warby Parker, has found a way to make use of Apple’s Face detection and augmented reality technology for something other than making silly faces by letting people try on glasses before they buy them.

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LinkDesk’s new Devices app for iPhone and iPad, in its simplest form, allows users to create virtual buttons in the real world, tying those buttons to HomeKit devices.

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LEGO AR Playgrounds ARKit-based app for the iPhone and iPad has just been released for download. Check here for all the details.

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Amazon has continued its run to becoming the place to go to for just about everything by updating its iOS app to include a new “part finder” feature, an augmented reality (AR) addition that will help users find and then buy small hardware like screws, bolts, nuts and more.

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A new report claims ARKit 2.0 in iOS 12 will bring with it a few new treats, chief amongst them being the ability to have multiple devices “see” the same virtual object.

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“Real World Warrior” is an ARKit-enabled game based on Street Fighter II that takes the 1980s game and drags it into the augmented reality-riddled 2018.

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Good news for Apple today following the release of a new list by Fast Company in which it highlights the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2018, with the iPhone maker finding itself at the very top of the pile.

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Developers have started showing off what iOS 11.3 ARKit 1.5 can do, and it’s impressive stuff. You can check it out all here.

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According to a new report, Apple is already looking to take things a step further with AR. That step may involve augmented reality glasses.

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