Apple's iOS 11 was revealed on Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) 2017 with new features and its promising Augmented Reality Support. After only a few days, those who happen to test the beta is already doing wonders with iOS 10's AR support. Users with Jailbroken devices have the option to try the newest OS and downgrade later to their former system versions.
A few days after its introduction, there are already new possibilities that await the iOS 11. The beta 3 and 4 of the iOS 11 is expected to be launched next week. Developers are tinkering it, and it yielded some interesting results already. The Verge listed some of the most interesting things that can be done with Apple iOS 11's AR support called ARkit.
Twitter user shanev has made an AR Fidget Spinner, which can be spun by a swipe of a fingertip. Another Twitter user azamsharp developed AR bar charts which can be used to lighten up boring presentations. Users can also vandalize if they want without the messy consequences by using their devices running iOS 11, Brandon Sidebottom developed a doodling app for artistic people. Zombie Apocalypse fan? Players can now live their zombie experience with the app made by Hammad Bashir. There are other concepts that are not explored, but with the things that are already existing, the AR future is bright with Apple's innovative approach.
With the iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak tool rumored to be coming out this August, users with Jailbroken devices can be precautious in trying the iOS 11. Users who have Jailbroken their devices and wants to try iOS 11 will not have to worry about their Jailbroken devices, as reported by Blasting News. Just be sure that the system has a backup using iTunes or iCloud. After that hit Preferences option then select the "devices tab" and select Archive.Backup the "SHSH2 Blobs" before the iOS update.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.