Apple started rolling out a new update to its Quick Look augmented reality app from this week, allowing users of the iPhone and iPad to try out items in AR and then purchase them directly.
Glance also allows retailers to use an AR sneak peek of their products by posting a flat sticker label or 3D object edition, so shoppers could see exactly how a piece might be looking at a real-world environment.
Retailers can now, as per the article, add a brand-new switch right into that AR demo, which could allow a customer to buy the item immediately using Apple Pay.
In 2018 Apple introduced a feature that baked the “Look at this thing, but in your house!”IOS / iPad OS definition called” Fast Look.
Now Apple has modified its Quick Look app that enables retailers to deliver instant shopping to iOS consumers a 3D model or product sticker in augmented reality.
Today, with the tap of a button, users can instantly buy the product they are watching in AR using Apple Pay or other mobile payment form.
Apart from payment buttons, Quick Look also carries out more tools for retailers, including the ability to pull up a customer service chat to ask more questions about a product or check if any local retailers have an item in stock.
Apple has slowly started rolling out spatial audio support for the iOS and iPad OS developer builds of Quick Look. The update adds appropriate sounds to the 3D models, such as a booming mic.