A new rumor runs over the coming weeks Worldwide Keynote Cference: ARKit will allow two people to see the same virtual scene at the same time.
Rumor has it that ARKit will support two people looking at the same object
Unnamed sources talking with Reuters say the feature will let two people share an AR experience by seeing the same virtual object their iPhones, but from their point of view. If you and a friend are in frt of each other, for example, you will see e side of the object and they will see the opposite side.
Privacy is still a big ccern for Apple, so the shared AR experience will work between phes and will not require any cloud-based server interacti.
The feature will undoubtedly find its way into video games. He could also make interesting experiments in art installatis and in classrooms.
WWDC is the annual Apple event where third-party developers get a glimpse of Apple's roadmap for the coming year. They can also speak directly with Apple engineers about their own applicatis and projects. This year, WWDC will be held June 4-8 at the McEnery Cventi Center in San Jose, California.
The Apple presentati will begin Mday, June 4 at 10 am Pacific time. The Mac Observer will be hand to bring you the latest news and announcements, so be sure to check with us all week.