Apple Announces ARKit 2, Centres on Multi-User Support, Face Tracking Improvements
Apple is bringing augmented reality to the level with the announcement of a new version of its set of tools that lets developers create augmented reality apps for iPhones and iPads - ARKit 2.
Over 13 Million ARKit-Only Apps Downloaded in First 6 Months
Nearly half of these downloads have been from the Games category.
Toronto Designer Shows Off AR IKEA Instruction Manual App on iPhone X [VIDEO]
Would this augmented reality manual for IKEA help you out?
PGA Tour Launches AR App in Time for Arnold Palmer Invitational
The PGA Tour has launched a new "PGA Tour AR" app that uses Apple's ARKit to projects 3D golf courses and live 3D shot trails onto any flat surface.
Seedling’s Parker Augmented Reality Bear Debuts in Canada at Apple Stores
Park the Bear now activates augmented reality with your iOS device.
ARKit-Based IKEA Place for iOS Now Available: Virtual Decorate Your Home
You can now download IKEA Place for iOS in the App Store.
Apple Updates App Store Review Guidelines to Cover ARKit, Face ID, and More
Apple has decided to update its developer app review guidelines for the iOS App Store this week, adding new clauses that attempt to address appropriate usage of ARKit, Face ID, and more.
Apple Updates ARKit Resources for Developers, Includes Sample Code
Apple refreshed its developer portal with new information about ARKit, including sample code.
ARKit Dev Recreates ’80s Classic ‘Take On Me’ by A-Ha in AR
Mobile development team TRIXI Studios has been experimenting with a beta version of the upcoming iPhone software update and produced a reworked version of A-Ha’s "Take On Me."
Try Out Tesla Model 3 in Your Driveway with this iOS 11 ARKit Demo
A new Model 3 configurator lets you take the new car and place it anywhere you want.
Developer Interest in ARKit Has Been ‘Unbelievable’ Says Apple’s Greg Joswiak
During an interview with The Australian, Apple Vice-President of Product Marketing Greg Joswiak was asked about their latest development program for their mobile devices, dubbed ARKit.
Apple Will Use ARKit as Foundation for Smart Glasses: UBS Analyst
Analyst Steven Milunovich has issued an investor note today, where he claims that Apple will released a pair of smart glasses