There are some devices and features still swirling in the rumor mill that Apple has yet to actually announce. While we can officially strike out "a MacBook with a notch," we are still waiting for things like Apple's big push into augmented reality and/or virtual reality hardware. The company laid the groundwork with ARKit years ago, and, ever since, there has been an expectation that a headset is soon to follow. But, as the wait continues, legendary analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has some bad news for the hopefuls out there.
Apple has made another acquisition in the virtual reality market, this time a startup who has already made a name for itself thanks to its innovative ways of using the technology.
When Apple introduced the new 2020 iPad Pro lineup, it welcomed a new LiDAR scanner to help improve augmented reality experiences with the powerful tablets.
It has been a little while since we last heard about Apple's rumored augmented reality glasses, but a new report is stoking the flames of anticipation again.
Apple is a fan of augmented reality. Tim Cook thinks the technology is a big deal, and ARKit has become a popular element of iOS. So it's not surprising to hear the company is developing its own AR app.
Apple CEO Tim Cook made a trip to Birmingham, Alabama, today, to talk about education initiatives in the area.
Back in 2018, Apple introduced "Quick Look", an ARKit-based feature that allows instant augmented reality (AR) experiences within apps like Messages, Safari, and others.
Apple has some exciting things in store for augmented reality (AR) developers, with a new report claiming that an updated ARKit framework will be able to detect human poses. Moreover, WWDC 2019 will allegedly see Apple's new app for visual AR content creation while developers will be getting a dedicated Swift-only software framework for augmented reality.
Cupertino doesn’t publicly announce all of its acquisitions, although the details of each are usually leaked soon after they occur. In the case of Apple’s purchase of Danish visual effects startup Spektral, it took nearly a year before the news trickled out.
eBay has announced a new open source technology that could make it easier for people with motor impairments to shop or move around apps. HeadGaze uses Apple's TrueDepth camera alongside Apple ARKit to allow you to navigate an app using your head motion.
Apple kicked off its its annual developer conference with a keynote presentation during which CEO Tim Cook and other high-profile executives announced that augmented reality (AR) experiences in iOS 12 will benefit from a new file format and many other enhancements.
iOS developer Abhishek Singh is no stranger to ARKit and now he's put together a new ARKit-powered demo which recreates the scariest scene from the horror flick “The Ring”, complete with Samara popping out of the telly and coming in to your living room.