After so much effort has been ploughed into ARKit over the last few years, it has felt like the worst kept secret ever that Apple are working on some kind of AR specific hardware. Probably some kind of glasses or headset.

I genuinely never expected this though... I don't usually comment much on rumours, but is it still a rumour if there's code related to it in a GM release of the operating system? 😬 Of course, we still don't know what it truly is or how it'll work, but this sure looks like a massive arrow pointing directly at the future. 🚀

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