Digital change in retail will accelerate with augmented reality: Apple opens Quick Look to retailers
Apple’saugmented reality-powered tool,“Quick Look”,received a major update. With a fairly simple working logic, Quick Look features augmented reality support, allowing you to understand how an item will stand in your home or in any other area.
With the update, Quick Look allows retailers to sell their own products from an augmented reality screen, and major companies are available. According to shared information, the Quick Look feature is currently available by Home Depot, Wayfair, Bang&Olufsen and 1-800-Flowers.
In the meantime, we’ll discuss how these technologies will affect retail brands and e-commerce in Webrazzi E-commerce with an hour-long private session. The future of experience-based E-Commerce: Augmented Reality (AR) / XR technologies will be holonext co-founder Guven Çelikkaya, who will be our speaker in the head-to-head session.
With Quick Look and Apple Pay support, we’ll also share that users can buy items they like directly from the Quick Look screen. With Quick Look, let’s add that you can check which stores your favorite items are in.
Quick Look, Home Depot, Wayfair, Bang&Olufsen and 1-800-Flowers brands, which first came up with ARKit 2 introduced in 2018, can also be used with applications such as Safari, Mail and Messages. Augmented reality applications, which come up with new examples every day, seem to be going to make a name for itself in the e-commerce sector.