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This ARKit SDK allows you to Integrate iOS device camera and motion features to produce augmented reality experiences in your app or game. ARKit combines device motion tracking, camera scene capture, scene processing, and display conveniences to build an AR experience. Augmented reality describes user experiences that add 2D or 3D elements to the live view from a device's camera in a way that makes those elements appear to inhabit the real world. Apple Developers technology enables you to build apps for users to design, develop, distribute and build apps using a set of Apple tools and resources. Apple platforms offer unique capabilities and user experiences for hardware, software, and services that are designed to work together to build intuitive, multi-faceted experiences.
Apple iOS 8 opens new areas of iOS and enables developers to extend the content and functionality of their applications. Developers can create customized experiences in the realms of photo editing, sharing, notifications, keyboard, documents, and actions. There are over 4,000 new APIs enabling new capabilities and features. Some of the major new APIs, which cover gaming, photo tools, health/fitness, the cloud, home automation, etc., include Metal, SceneKit, SpriteKit, CloudKit, HomeKit, HealthKit, Camera, PhotoKit, Swift, and TouchID.