A new option will allow owners of Apple products to see a gauge that reveals the health of the battery inside the device, telling users if they need to service their phone.
This controversial feature was first introduced in iOS 10.2.1, and made headlines around the world when users discovered it was 'throttling' the performance of older models.
Working with the TrueDepth camera in Iphone X, over 50 different facial muscle movements are captured, analysed and then animated, allowing users to send Animoji messages as one of 16 different characters.
Using advanced computer vision techniques to find and recognise the position of 2D images such as signs, posters, and artwork, ARKit can integrate these real world images into AR experiences such as filling a museum with interactive exhibits or bringing a movie poster to life.
According to Apple, the view of the real world through the camera now has 50 percent greater resolution and supports auto-focus for an even sharper perspective.
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