big apple software development incorporated

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  • Apple releases iOS 11 public beta
    By Harrison Weber - Monday Jun 26, 2017

    The future of iOS is here — sort of. After sharing early builds with developers, Apple has deemed the next big iOS update (iOS 11) ready for the broader beta-testing public. If you want to risk putting the unfinished software on your device, you can do just that by heading to Apple’s beta tester site. […]

    Source: VentureBeat
  • Next big leap for Apple? Augmented reality
    By Michael Liedtke - Wednesday Aug 2, 2017

    Apple’s iPhone may be ready for its next big act — as a springboard into augmented reality, a technology that projects lifelike images into real-world settings viewed through a screen.If you’ve heard about AR at all, it’s most likely because you’ve encountered “Pokémon Go,” in which players wander around neighborhoods trying to capture monsters only they can see on their phones.AR is also making its way into education and industrial applications, such as product assembly and warehouse inventory management.[...] analysts argue more generally that AR creates enormous potential for new games, home-remodeling apps that let you visualize new furnishings and decor in an existing room, education, health care and more.For the moment, though, we’re basically stuck with demos created by developers, including a “Star Wars”-like droid rolling past a dog that doesn’t realize it’s there; a digital replica of Houston on a table; and a virtual tour of Vincent Van Gogh’s bedroom.Tucked away in that release is an AR toolkit intended to help software developers create apps.Apple has been looking for something to lessen its dependence on the iPhone since the 2011 death of co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs, the driving force behind the company’s innovation factory.Google already makes AR software called Tango that debuted on one Lenovo smartphone last year and will be part of another high-end device from Asus this month.If the new software wins over more AR fans as Apple hopes, analysts figure that Apple will begin building AR-specific devices, too.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Business and Technology News
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    By Brian Barrett - Monday Jul 31, 2017

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  • Salesforce, Cloudflare Entice A.I. App Developers To Build On Their Platforms
    By Bernadette Tansey - Wednesday Jun 28, 2017

    Two big San Francisco tech companies put out the welcome mat for third party developers this week, hoping to enrich their platforms with new apps that make use of artificial intelligence tools and other novel capabilities. Both Salesforce and Cloudflare are offering developers a large ready-made user base, tech support, and a shot at pools […]

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  • Next big leap for Apple? - augmented reality
    By MICHAEL LIEDTKE, AP Technology Writer - Wednesday Aug 2, 2017

    AR is also making its way into education and some industrial applications, such as product assembly and warehouse inventory management.[...] analysts argue more generally that AR creates enormous potential for new games, home-remodeling apps that let you visualize new furnishings and decor in an existing room, education, health care and more.For the moment, though, we're basically stuck with demos created by developers, including a "Star Wars"-like droid rolling past a dog that doesn't realize it's there; a digital replica of Houston on a table ; and a virtual tour of Vincent Van Gogh's bedroom .Tucked away in that release is an AR toolkit intended to help software developers create new AR apps.Apple has been looking for something to lessen its dependence on the iPhone since the 2011 death of its co-founder CEO Steve Jobs, the driving force behind the company's innovation factory.Google already makes AR software called Tango that debuted on one Lenovo smartphone last year and will be part of another high-end device from Asus this month.If the new software wins over more AR fans as Apple hopes, analysts figure that Apple will begin building AR-specific devices, too.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Tech News
  • Apple’s billion devices give augmented reality edge over Google
    By Alex Webb - Thursday Jul 13, 2017

    By contrast, Apple can easily pair its software and devices, an advantage that will help it quickly make up lost ground, developers say.AR superimposes digital information — for example, video game characters or product prices — onto a person’s view of the real world.Unlike ARKit, it requires infrared depth perception sensors, and there are currently only two mobile phones available with the technology:When it updates its Android mobile operating system, hardware makers and cellular network operators are often slow to send the new software to phones.Yet since Apple released ARKit to developers in June, the team has made AR experiences including a computer-generated rocket landing in a swimming pool and a 3-D moon that floats in the middle of a living room.Even if Google came up with AR software that didn’t require a 3-D sensor, the multiple versions of Android running on hundreds of different phones would create a lot of extra work for developers, he explained.Since developers would have to test and optimize AR apps for so many different devices with varying display resolutions and performance capabilities, “it would require a huge effort to take this to Android and make it market-ready,” De Venezia said.Project Treble, unveiled in May, re-designed Android to make it faster and cheaper for manufacturers to update devices.[...] requiring Android hardware makers to adhere to strict standards for their phone cameras is a particularly big hurdle, according to Matt Miesnieks, a partner at VR and AR investment firm Super Ventures.The company has a team of engineers working on smart glasses, and the next iPhone will likely include front- and rear-facing 3-D sensors when it’s released this year, analysts at JPMorgan Chase & Co. and others have predicted.A 3-D sensor would permit improved accuracy when placing virtual objects in a real environment.The furniture giant’s existing AR tool, which lets customers see how sofas and wardrobes might look in their homes, was built by Metaio GmbH, an AR startup Apple acquired in 2015.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Business and Technology News
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