In the year 2029, the smartphone and tablet market is expected to reach $30 billion in revenue, and that number is expected continue to grow.
With the advent of more immersive video and augmented reality content, it is expected that Apple will begin to introduce its own augmented reality experiences and apps to help the device and the user interact more directly.
As we’ve covered before, the Apple Watch will allow the user to take control of the display, which is a great way to create a more interactive user experience.
It’s not just about being a more connected user, but also giving the user a more immersive experience.
In this article, we’re taking a look at how the next generation of augmented reality (AR) content will interact with the Watch and what its role will be in the AR ecosystem.
The topic is driven by the iPhone and the Apple watchOS 3.5.1 update that will be available for download on Friday, March 8.
ARKit is an open source framework that enables AR content to be built on the Apple hardware.
The next wave of AR is going to include a whole host of new apps, which we’ve seen many of these apps create in the past.
The new ARKit apps are going to make AR even more immersive and accessible, allowing the user experience to evolve as the user interacts with the device.
As Apple is going all-in on AR, it will continue to bring the latest technologies to the AR space.
It will be interesting to see how Apple approaches these technologies in the coming years, but in the meantime, the next wave will allow for a lot more AR content on the Watch, which will have a significant impact on the market.
This article originally appeared on the MTV News YouTube channel.
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