Apple is currently working on a headset with dual 8K displays that will be capable of both virtual and augmented reality, reports CNET. The outlet says the device, codenamed T288, will be wireless—meaning it won’t require a tether to a Mac or iPhone—and it’s slated to launch in 2020.
Apple permits developers to obtain visual face maps and track more than 50 facial muscle in real time via the TrueDepth camera, and now Snapchat has finally rolled out cool new iPhone X-powered lenses in its mobile app that it promised months ago last September.
If you have been impressed with the initial version of ARKit, iOS 11’s augmented reality framework, then you’re going to love enhanced augmented reality gaming features afforded by iOS 12 with the rumored multiplayer support for ARKit.
London-based mobile app development studio Ubicolor and iOS developers Mohammad Azam and Tim Field recently tweeted out a few videos showing off ARKit 1.5’s biggest new features in action, including the ability to detect vertical surfaces and 2D images.
Apple today took an unusual step of previewing some of the new features and enhancements coming to iOS 11.3 ahead of its public release sometime this spring, including all-new performance throttling and power management features.