If you had blinked, you might have missed it: During the WWDC 2022 keynote address, Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, focused on the new features we can expect in iOS 16. In his presentation, he briefly mentioned that you’ll be able to use an iPhone’s true depth camera to personalize spatial audio.
What does that mean? Well one of the keys to providing an immersive, 3D-like effect from
It’s possible to deliver effective
Apple currently supports two types of
For movies, head-tracking spatial audio can make it seem as though you’re sitting in a full 5.1 home theater, including the sensation that your screen (like an iPhone, iPad, etc.) is the source of dialog and other key soundtrack elements.
We don’t yet know how Apple’s use of the iPhone’s true depth cameras will be used to create a more personalized
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