That's what Google's using with Project Tango, and that's the type of use-case that Apple demoed at the event when it showed how you could place a virtual lamp on the real life wooden table in front of you. In addition to AR, we could also see some new camera modes. Apple showed us a new long exposure mode, which can capture some cool scenes of moving water, streaks of lights and star trails in the night sky -- that could be just the beginning. Who know what Apple's holding back. If you remember last year, Portrait Mode was a surprise on the iPhone 7 Plus.
Apple also talked about some behind-the-scenes work that will help photos and videos take up less space, That means more free storage space for you, But I wonder if that move could also free up space for new complex photo or video options that create larger files, like 360-degree images and video, which eat up a lot of space, See also: Here's what an Android AR phone looks like, Apple sped through its announcements for Siri at WWDC and didn't get too deep into new capabilities, other than it having protect grip case for apple iphone xr - black/crystal new voice tones, language translation, and support for more third-party apps, ("Hey Siri, call me a ride.")..
That makes me suspicious, and I have a feeling you'll be able to do more with Siri on the iPhone 8 than Apple showed off in iOS 11. I'm especially thinking of the rumor that the iPhone 8 could ditch the home button and move the fingerprint sensor either under the display (you'd touch the screen, not a button) or to the back. You can already go hands-free with Siri (if you turn this on in the settings). Without a physical home button to click into recent apps, I'm guessing that Apple could introduce some new Siri commands to control more aspects of the phone. Like, "Hey Siri, show me my recent apps."Apple is expanding what the iPhone can do with NFC, which it uses right now for Apple Pay (and just Apple Pay, really).
You can already buy a cheap VR headset for your iPhone, but much like Google Cardboard, they're not that great, especially compared to, say, Samsung Gear VR, So I say it's only a matter of time before Apple unveils a better VR option for the iPhone, Apple's new software for the Mac, called High Sierra, can create VR experiences, To wit, we got a very convincing Star Wars demo at WWDC that used the HTC Vive headset, Apple's new iMacs will also have the horsepower protect grip case for apple iphone xr - black/crystal to run these VR environments, and Apple is working with partners, like Valve, to make VR on Macs a thing..
Apple is starting to dip its toes into VR. The next logical step: making the iPhone more VR-friendly, too. An OLED display on the new iPhone could help and improved cameras could give it depth-sensing and tracking, like I mentioned above for AR. OLED screens are known for displaying true blacks and eliminating a backlighting effect, which are two things you want when the screen is pressed so close to your face. Whether that's an Apple-made VR headset or tools to help hardware partners build one for the iPhone, Apple is clearly interested in exploring virtual realities.