I think this is a great question, and I think it could be the biggest development for the future of AR.
It’s not just a big leap, it’s a whole new world of possibilities, which is exciting.
The whole point of the whole AR thing is to get people in places, to get them out of their homes, to see how they interact with things, and to have people see the world through new eyes.
ARKit could be a big step in this direction.
The first AR apps, such as the Google Pixel, are really just augmented reality apps, and it’s hard to imagine what it will be like to use an actual AR app on the Pixel or the Pixel XL.
There’s also no way to really tell how these AR apps will work with the real world, because the world isn’t necessarily like the real.
This is why we need to build our own virtual worlds and bring AR apps to them.
The next AR app will probably be more like a 360-degree video, like the ones we’ve seen from Facebook and Instagram, rather than just a VR experience like ARKit is hoping to bring.
The real world is already there.
So, ARKit has a lot of work to do before it gets to that point.
The problem is, it seems like the world is ready to embrace this new AR app.
We’ve seen a number of news reports about ARKit and Google’s own VR efforts, and we’re starting to see some real world use cases.
And Google is a big player in the VR space, so I’m confident the next AR platform will bring a lot more excitement to VR.
In the meantime, we’re going to see a lot, but until the world has the AR experience we need, there will be many, many questions and concerns.
And if ARKit can help solve those, then that’s a big plus.