Niantic have announced an update for Pokemon Go on the iPhone. The game now comes with a new AR+ feature and supports Apple’s ARKit. The update is coming to the game this week, so it could land today or tomorrow.
The AR+ mode brings some enhanced augmented reality features to the game on the iPhone, you can see more details below.
Trainers, Get ready for even more realistic Pokémon encounters: AR+ is coming to Pokémon GO! AR+ leverages Apple’s ARKit framework to build on the AR work already implemented in Pokémon GO. Soon, Trainers around the world running iOS 11 on iPhone 6s and newer models can experience AR+ in Pokémon GO.
With AR+, Pokémon are now fixed to a point in space, meaning you can walk up close to a Pokémon to see to how they’ll look in the real world. Imagine looking up at a massive Onix or walking around a gigantic Snorlax blocking your path! This feature brings us one step closer to truly realizing Pokémon the way they are supposed to be represented in the real world. Pokémon GO AR photos will never be the same again!
You can find out more information about the latest version of Pokemon Go for the iPhone at the link below.
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