Since the update of iOS 13, the presence of some files reveals something that no one had suspected …

Elementary, my dear iPhone

Launched since September 19, just before the marketing of the new iPhone 11, the update of the Apple operating system contains files that have aroused the curiosity of smart people, who have set out in search of a little treasure …

From September 1, the sitre MacRumors mentioned the presence of a file mentioning a Starboard mode. A stylish name for a tool for developing stereo VR apps on iPhone. As for audio, the principle of stereo here would be to separate the images, to send different images to each eye. First clue. The second is the presence of a head-mounted display, or a head-mounted display. A VR device that is worn on the head. As Colombo might say: “It’s starting to make too many coincidences for all of this not to hide something“. So, soon a VR accessory for iPhone?

A well-conducted investigation

This is what all these files hidden in iOS 13 seem to indicate, which make all the budding investigators think that Apple would prepare a device in which to insert its iPhone, like what Samsung made with the Gear VR. Rather than a massive virtual reality headset as it is, this new toy would look more like augmented reality glasses, designed for easier daily use. Let’s hope for the apple brand that these “Apple Glass” do not experience the same failure as the Google Glass in 2014. Remember? No ? It’s normal. The answer in a few months, no doubt …

In the meantime, who knows what your iPhone may still be hiding from you?

Sources: korii., MacRumors