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March 03, 2020 Tuesday 09:46:28 AM IST

Apple updates AR tool

Technology Inceptions

Apple has updated its augmented reality (AR) tool which enables iPhone and iPad users to preview AR avatars of physical goods before buying them. The AR tool named Quick Look was launched in 2018 and with the recent changes, the retailers can offer previews of their product updates by uploading three-dimensional product models or flat sticks to give a realistic look.  The AR tool supports Apple Pay, making it easier for iOS users to preview and buy products seamlessly; It is akin to trying new clothes in the trial room and proceeding to cash counter for billing.