HomePod, iMac Pro and iPad Pro with ARKit in the first video hands-on from WWDC [Video]
Here is the first video hands-on of the products presented during the WWDC 2017. Let's see how they are in reality the new iPad Pro, the revolutionary HomePod and the powerful iMac Pro.
Journalists and developers attending the WWDC have had the opportunity to try some of the products presented during the event. Here are some videos of hand-on, directly from the exhibition area at the WWDC.
In particular, we suggest you visit the video directly published by 9to5Mac on their YouTube channel. After the event, the blogger of the website the american entered the area dedicated to the exhibition of new products. Here they had the opportunity to get your hands on the HomePod, the new iPad Pro with ARKit and admire the powerful iMac Pro.
With regard to the revolutionary speaker audio HomePod, the journalists were able to approach the product, to name just a few photos. The speaker seems to be rather large, made with good materials for enhancing the acoustics. At the top there is a small display, which indicates the presence of the voice assistant Siri with its typical colors.
With the new iPad Pro, the journalists were able to experience the capabilities of ARKit. Augmented reality can be used by developers in their own apps with this devkit. In the video hands-on we find some of the demo shown in the areas of the test. Thanks to the camera of the tablet we can interact with reality, by changing our environment with the addition of new elements. The whole thing looks very realistic, with an excellent implementation of the lights and shadows, in addition to good recognition of the surrounding space.
Only a few selected journalists were able to see the new iMac Pro, without, however, try it with the hand. The product was presented in the preview with the output that was set at December of this year. More details on this powerful machine you can find them at this address.
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