Despite its apparent absence during the Mobile World Congress 2017 (MWC), the boys from Apple, they have given much to talk about during these weeks because of the numerous leaks and rumors about the inevitable iPhone. Some speak of a wireless charging system, others are even running a camera for 3D within two years. But now a new variable is added to the equation: augmented reality.
A report from Business Insider says that Apple would have in fact already armed a team of more than 1,000 engineers, who would be working in the same moment on the development of an augmented reality platform with a view to integrating it with the future iPhone 8. The information discussed in the note this report could be more than a mere speculation:
According to some industry sources, the company could have more than 1,000 engineers working on a project in Israel that could be associated with augmented reality (AR) […] UBS expects that Apple can deploy new products AR as soon as in the next iPhone, expected for this year.
This report aligns fully with previous reports on the 3D for iPhone 9, in the same way that Apple, camera via Tim Cook, has already spoken publicly on several previous occasions about his faith in the interfaces of augmented reality as the future for the mobile industry.
The first functions would be seen in the iPhone 8, starting from basic things like facial recognition, to go to evolve with each new model.
It seems that this would be the future for Apple.
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