Apple Uses Augmented Reality To Remotely Guide Technicians In China

One of the alleged reasons why Apple’s iPhones launched later this year compared to the previous years is because of the coronavirus pandemic. This is because Apple’s operators were reported to generally manufacture frequent tours to the various suppliers and makes in parts of the world, such as China, to experiment examples and ensure things are working as intended.

However, as they were not able to form those tours, the iPhone’s launch was delayed, or so the rumors claim. That being said, it seems that Apple has made their adore of augmented world to the next position because according to Dan Riccio, Apple’s SVP of equipment engineering, during a virtual intersect on Thursday, revealed that Apple’s operators had to rely on augmented world technology to help remotely guide technicians in factories in places like China to better communicate with them.

Apple has been a huge proponent of the technology over virtual reality, and with rumors that they could be building their own pair of AR smart glasses, this move doesn’t genuinely come as a surprise.

That being said, the use of these types of technology have shown that they can be useful in terms of training. For example, in the past we’ve attend how augmented reality can be used to help make training for surgeons more accessible. We’ve likewise learnt corporations in the service industry use it to train staff.

Apple Uses Augmented Reality To Remotely Guide Technicians In China

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