The Beta version of iOS 11 was released at the WWDC event which was held this month and several Apple users sighed after the revelations of the features. The most exciting thing about it was the introduction of ARKit.
That iOS 11 is coming up with Augmented Reality was there in the news since a long time and most people expected the AR to come along with the upcoming OS. And now Apple users are waiting to experience the feature but it seems that the newly launched Holo app can give users an insight into how AR platforms actually work.
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Reports highlighted that the Holo App has been developed by an AR/VR entity called 8i where you can find animated 3D models of people as well as animals. You will get introduced to a store inside the application where there would be several 3D objects such as a Spider-Man (and few versions of it), skateboarder, a fake Donald Trump, a dancing wrestler. And by using the Holo App you would certainly get an idea of it and the anxiousness for using the AR facility in iOS 11 might get lessened.
Talking about iOS 11 release date, the Beta 2 version has already been unveiled due to which people have got a wide knowledge about how the next OS in the series is actually going to be. And we can envision a Fall 2017 release date for the iOS 11.
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The developers of Apple have reworked quite a lot of features. Right from the iMessage to the Control Centre, everything has been refurbished due to which people might find the iOS 11 quite favorable.
The main highlight is certainly the Augmented Reality feature which might be a great game changer. The officials of Apple also made a lot of changes in the camera and now people will be able to click greater pictures from their iPhones. There would be a lot of new filters introduced right after the release of iOS 11.
But before the unveiling of the next OS in the series, people would get an insight into the public beta version of the OS which is expected to release soon.