An augmented reality app for wearable devices could soon be available in the Apple App Store.
In a blog post Wednesday, Apple noted that its developers are “actively working to make AR a reality for developers.”
“Today, we are announcing the availability of an Apple App store for developers that will help them build augmented reality apps for Apple Watch, Apple TV, Apple ARKit, and other devices,” Apple wrote.
“With the App store, developers can create apps that work with any AR app on their device.
This includes AR apps for Wearables, AR apps on Apple Watch and AR apps in Apple AR Apps.”
Apple’s app store could be the first time that a third-party developer is able to create apps for wearable products and devices.
Developers are encouraged to submit AR apps to Apple’s developer portal, which will allow the company to make sure that developers adhere to the guidelines for AR apps.
This means that developers will be able to add and remove apps from the app store from their device and on their devices, and they can add and delete apps from their App Store account.
The App store will allow developers to add AR apps that can be downloaded from the developer portal.
This will allow them to test AR apps before they’re released to the public.
Developer will also be able publish AR apps from within the app.
Developers will be required to make changes to their apps to allow for the inclusion of AR content, including removing the need to upload AR content.
Developed by the AR Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, ARKit is a set of standards for creating AR apps, which are typically designed for Apple’s Watch and the Apple TV.
Apple is working with developers to make augmented reality applications compatible with ARKit.