Apple's iOS 12 has finally landed. The big update was released on Monday, September 17th, for everyone and hides in some pretty amazing augmented reality upgrades for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches. We've been playing with them since the beta release of iOS 12 in June, and here are the things we've learned you want to be notified about.
If you want to know what else is new in iOS 12 General, check out my iOS 12 features in Gadget Hacks. For now, here's all AR-related, which Apple has included in iOS 12. There are some new features aimed at pleasing AR fanatics and familiarizing the new AR with the program. However, all new AR features are based on ARKit 2.0, the latest version of Apple's Augmented Reality Framework for iOS.
A Real World Mess App is included
There have been many AR measurement apps since ARKit became a thing, but Apple wants you to use all of them in favor of its new Measure app. Like other AR measurement apps, you can determine the dimensions of a 3D object with your camera. Apple's version is actually pretty simple, but it's a start. It's not 100% accurate, which is the same for every app of its kind, but it's a great way to get non-AR users to appreciate Augmented Reality.
. 2 Players can now play with other players
There is a new feature called where you can exchange experiences that are perfect for multiplayer games. Apple has demonstrated this feature with the SwiftShot multiplayer game for developers, and Directional Games has highlighted Galaga AR multiplayer use later this year (you can see it in Apple's Gather Round video event …) to 1: 03:00)
Games are huge on the App Store, so it only makes sense that Apple is the multiplayer would quickly displace support for AR titles. Now all we have to do is wait for the developers to put that into the games we already know and love. There are not many people to play with right now, but more is expected by the end of the year.
. 3 3D Objects Can Be Detected
Even though it seems strange that ARKit 2.0 did not have that, it finally arrived in iOS 12. Which augmented reality app you use will be able to tell what an item in your viewfinder is. If it is a couch or a piano, it knows and knows how it is based on the location of the device.
These 3D objects can also be used by apps to trigger actions. If you're in a museum app, if you point your camera at Leonardi da Vince's picture, you may be able to bring up a carousel of him with all the paintings and inventions you can see in AR view one by one. In another example, a movie app may display trailers for movies when the camera detects a DVD, Blu-ray, poster, or book on the screen.
If you're using AR apps like Snapchat, News, and FaceTime, any Augmented Reality filters you can use will actually work better now, so it always does harder to hide your face under something else. With the new look tracking in iOS 12, these apps know where to look, and you can even wink or stretch your tongue and they'll act accordingly.
For example, with your best rocking, you can now mimic Gene Simmons with Animojis in news, as well as forge as much as you want. (This applies only to iPhone X, X S X S Max and X R User.)  10 new AR Features in iOS 12 for iPhone and iPad ” width=”532″ height=”532″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>