A few days ago, AppleInsider made us discover a new concept, to say the least astonishing, of the iPhone 8. Created by the Austrian designer Gabor Balogh, he plans to use augmented reality to allow Siri and other applications to better interact with the world. outside.
Balogh believes Siri will be key to Apple’s next flagship phone. Indeed, some sources state the intentions of the apple brand to make its voice assistance software more intelligent. This in order to make the most of the other alleged features of the iPhone 8, including facial recognition, augmented reality or machine learning.
The images shared by the Hungarian designer show the Apple smartphone display in the background – in a translucent version – the landscape in real time, thanks to the rear camera. By keeping the Virtual Home button pressed, the landscape photo becomes clear to allow Siri to search for elements of the landscape, as with Google Goggles.
Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 8 next September, during which time the brand usually launches its flagship phones. Offering new features, the 10-year-old premium iPhone could cost more than $ 1,000 when it is released.