Apple is working hard on Augmented Reality tech visible in its software and hardware releases. Here, Apple Lidar Scanner in iPad Pro 2020 has the highest stakes which is also a solid foundation of AR future. Which, will hopefully augment in the Apple Glasses, the next move that Apple is working on in undisclosed locations.

Because of the economic slowdown due to COVID-19, the Apple Glasses which were planned for mid-2021 release may delay until 2022 as some sites suggest. Meanwhile, Apple is still strong with its AR commitment and promises to deliver big AR updates in iOS 14 to be released by Apple in September.

AR transforms how you work, learn, play, shop, and connect with the world around you. It’s the perfect way to visualize things that would be impossible or impractical to see otherwise.”

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Apple Card with Apple AR; Concept

A concept artist Volodymyr Kurbatov imagined how Apple could amalgamate its AR technology with its simplistic Apple Card.

Kurbatov says he took a slightly different approach on the AR concept in comparison to other demos that show financial information on a card.

The video explains the Apple card through the AR compatible device which shows the account balance and transactions. And shows more info upon flipping it. It also shows scrolling and shaking gestures that’ll help interact with Apple card like never before.

This is one of the concepts that is futuristic but isn’t stranded far away from reality like most concept designers intent on imagining. The concept looks beneficial for Apple card users, right now though, Apple card is accessible through the wallet app on iPhone inside the settings pane. No official news is out regarding AR Apple card.

And, here’s the demo:

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