By Yoni Heisler
One of the bigger announcements to come out of WWDC was Apple’s unveiling of ARKit. In one fell swoop, Apple dove head first into the world of augmented reality and gave developers the requisite frameworks to build incredibly engaging and realistic augmented reality apps and experiences.
“When you bring the software together with these devices, we have hundreds of millions of iPhones and iPads capable of AR,” Craig Federighi said last week during the WWDC keynote. “Overnight it will make ARKit the largest AR platform in the world.”
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