Two Steps Back: iOS Update Threatens xR Adoption Online

J.C. Kuang, Analyst J.C. Kuang, Analyst Augmented Reality, Augmented Reality Intelligence Service, Devices & Technology, Insight Articles, Interfaces

Recent developer documentation states that, as part of the latest update to its Safari mobile browser (within the upcoming iOS 12.2 update), Apple will no longer allow applications or websites to directly access orientation and acceleration data from a handset’s internal sensors. Instead, end-users will need to to opt-in to allowing data access from third parties. iOS 12.2 in context … Read More

Going Supersonic: Chirp Microsystems and Standalone Tracking in xR

J.C. Kuang, Analyst J.C. Kuang, Analyst Devices & Technology, Insight Articles, Interfaces, Semiconductors, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality Intelligence Service

The following is part of our Virtual Reality Intelligence Service and Augmented Reality Intelligence Service, which includes forecasts, data, and key insights about the virtual and augmented reality technology market. CES 2019 was, as always, an overbearingly huge event filled with diverse offerings. Once again, the conference served as a venue for companies large and small to present a case for … Read More