13M Downloads For Apple’s ARkit Apps In 6 Months, Lead By Games

Augmented Reality(AR) based Apps is slowly crawling into the users phone, with a majority of games now using this technology to develop and make the best possible experience for the users. Apple’s ARkit framework was launched as a part of iOS 11, giving the developers a tool to create AR apps for iPhones and iPads.

Latest reports show the rising popularity of the AR Apps, with 13 Million downloads for Apps using the ARkit since September 2017. Also, the downloads has surpassed 3 Million in October after only 1 month of launch of ARkit. Read More

Apple Introduces The New Schoolwork App, An Ideal Classroom Manager

The Apple Keynote event saw the launch of the new 9.7 inch iPad with major focus on education and improving the overall scenario for teachers in imparting valuable knowledge to the students. Along with the iPad, Apple announced the Schoolwork App which will help teachers to manage the classroom digitally.

Teachers can use this App to assign digital assignments to students, and will be able to write notes, send PDFs, and include links to the web. Also since this is all on an iPad, they’ll even be able to assign students activities that live inside of other apps. To accommodate all these document attachments, Apple will update student iCloud accounts to include 200GB of storage by default. Read More

Apple Launches The New iPad With Stylus Support For $329

Apple hosted its annual spring event at a high school in Chicago today, focussing on the education market which is largely dominated by Google and Microsoft. The main area of discussion revolved around the new 9.7 inch affordable iPad, where Tim Cook spoke about the importance of education and how Apple can help inspire children to get creative and learn with this power packed tablet. Read More

The New iPads Will Come With Facial Recognition, Launching Soon

iPadiPads are still very much popular and in the limelight, they are cool to own even though you can do pretty much everything on a Macbook. Good news is that the upcoming iPad and iPad Pro will support facial recognition and there are chances that the company may launch them during their spring event on March 27th.

There is a speculation that the new tablet won’t include an OLED screen, which provides more vivid colors and sharper clarity. The device would be similar to the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the Face Id would be useful for unlocking the device, making payments, and sending animated emojis. Read More