Google ARCore is now supported several iPhones and iPads

ARCore is in fact a development kit created by Google over four years ago that allows developers to more easily create apps with augmented reality support on smartphones and tablets. ARCore builds new augmented reality experiences that seamlessly blend the digital and physical worlds. Transform the way people play, shop, learn, create, and experience the world together—at Google scale.

Google constantly updates the list of devices that fully support ARCore: to be included in this list, smartphones must have high performance and must pass specific tests on cameras, motion sensors and CPU power to obtain a certification and be compatible with the app developed with ARCore. The complete and updated list is available here.

As this is an open technology that can be used regardless of the operating system, ARCore is also supported by some iOS devices. This is the updated list:

  • iPhone 13
  • iPhone 13 mini
  • iPhone 13 Pro
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max
  • iPhone 12
  • iPhone 12 mini
  • iPhone 12 Pro
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • iPhone SE (2nd Generation)
  • iPhone SE (3rd Generation)
  • iPad Air (4th Generation)
  • iPad Air (5th Generation)
  • iPad mini (6th Generation)
  • 12.9-in iPad Pro (4th Generation)
  • 12.9-in iPad Pro (5th Generation)
  • 11-in iPad Pro (2nd Generation)
  • 11-in iPad Pro (3rd Generation)
  • iPad (8th Generation)
  • iPad (9th Generation)

How does ARCore work?

Fundamentally, ARCore is doing two things: tracking the position of the mobile device as it moves and building its own understanding of the real world.

ARCore’s motion tracking technology uses the phone’s camera to identify interesting points, called features, and tracks how those points move over time. With a combination of the movement of these points and readings from the phone’s inertial sensors, ARCore determines both the position and orientation of the phone as it moves through space.

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In addition to identifying key points, ARCore can detect flat surfaces, like a table or the floor, and can also estimate the average lighting in the area around it. These capabilities combine to enable ARCore to build its own understanding of the world around it.

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ARCore’s understanding of the real world lets you place objects, annotations, or other information in a way that integrates seamlessly with the real world. You can place a napping kitten on the corner of your coffee table, or annotate a painting with biographical information about the artist. Motion tracking means that you can move around and view these objects from any angle, and even if you turn around and leave the room when you come back, the kitten or annotation will be right where you left it.

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