TechCrunch stated that even for those who are not interested in “All Mankind” episodes that tell a story from an alternate history in which the Soviet Union defeated the United States in reaching the moon and continuing the space race in the 1970s and beyond, the new application remains. Whatever it is as a new sign of Apple’s interest in augmented reality technology, away from reports that it is developing smart glasses with augmented reality technology.
The Time Capsule app guides users on a 45-60-minute straight journey of content, and is also designed to support additional exploration and visits. The application also allows the user to browse mail messages coming from the future known as “De Mail” or “Delorin Mail” and play any written game on the computer. In the event that the user owns an Apple device with a scanner, such as the iPhone 12 Pro, iPad Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, the application can be used to create a virtual photo viewer to display the family photos of Danny, the hero of the episodes of “For All Mankind”, on the walls of the user’s home.
The app was developed in parallel with the second season of the series, as the developer team worked with Apple to discover “the best elements for the continuation of the story” and obtain audience evaluation while the augmented reality elements are being developed, said Ben McGuinness, producer of the episodes of “For All Mankind.”
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