Apple will allow to buy goods in augmented reality

Apple has introduced an update to the Quick Look feature. Now iPhone and iPad users will be able to “try on” products in stores using augmented reality technology and buy them.

Apple has released a new update for its Quick Look augmented reality tool, which allows iPhone and iPad users to check products in AR and then buy them.

Quick Look already allows retailers to offer previews in AR. To do this, they need to download a 3D model of the product so that customers can see how the product can look in their interior. Retailers can now add a new button to the AR preview, which may allow the buyer to purchase this product using Apple Pay.

As TechCrunch notes, several US retail chains are already using this technology, including Home Depot, Wayfair, and 1-800-Flowers.

The Quick Look app appeared in 2018. Until recently, it was only possible to view voluminous AR models in it, and to purchase goods it was necessary to go to the websites of stores or manufacturers. Now you can make a purchase directly in Quick Look.

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