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5 ways Apple can be the leader in augmented reality

Google has been making some masterful AR-based services lately, but Apple’s hardware may triumph in the end.
dmasaoka@idgcommunications.comAugmented reality on the iPhone and iPad is still in its infancy, but the following apps show how it can already be useful on a daily basis. Whether you want to measure something, look for a specific star, play games, or see whether a piece of furniture will look good in your home, these apps have you covered.

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